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I have a Toshiba/VCR MV13N2C. When I insert the video cassette, it automatically pops back out instead of going into play mode like it used to only yesterday. Do I need to change some setting via the menu ? Thanks

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A library sticker peeled off from a tape and got stuck on the upper face of the video input slot. Once that was removed everything worked fine.

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