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My DMR-ES35V Panasonic VCR suddenly will not play a video cassette. They eject after a few seconds.

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  • pwwood352 Oct 11, 2010

    No, it will not allow any cassette to stay in the slot for more than a few seconds. We have a large collection of cassettes; is this worht fixing? The DVD side works well.



    Thanks for your prompt response.



    Peter

  • pwwood352 Oct 11, 2010

    Thank you, Tim. Very helpful. I'll watch for a vcr player. Rather than a replacement combo player, I may go for a BlueRay player soon.



    Peter

  • pwwood352 Oct 12, 2010

    Good idea. I will try this. Thank you.

  • pwwood352 Oct 12, 2010

    Despite what the record says, I accepted this solution.

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The machine's head will need to be cleaned. They sell head cleaning tapes or you can use rubbing alcohol and a cotton swab.

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So nothing ever plays, it just ejects every tape you put in the device? It sounds like the receiving unit of the player has failed. Let me know if it will even allow a tape to sit in the device for any period of time. It may be that this Panasonic has failed but I will confirm

Tim

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    Tim Grayson Oct 11, 2010

    It is definitely the receiver of the VCR, and in my opinion definitely not worth fixing, it will be far more expensive than to just get a standalone VCR. You may want to look into getting a used one off craigslist or ebay, you can get a VCR that works perfectly for less than $30 for sure.

    Also, just keep that unit and use it for DVDs only, no reason to get rid of it if the DVD side still works unless you just don't want to deal with having an additional machine, or don't have enough inputs on the TV.

    If you want to just replace the whole unit you can get a new combo unit for just $64.99 with free shipping and no tax here:

    http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B001UCJ...

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