Question about Zenith Televison & Video
This can be something mechanicaly binding in the mechanism. It is also possible that the power supply is starting to fail, and when under load it goes into protect. It is also possible that there are some circuits in the VCR that are pulling too much current due to some failures.
The VCR should be checked by an experienced service tech who knows VCR's.
Posted on Jun 14, 2008
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