Question about Philips CCB130AT 13 in. Combo
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You probably have a bad or dirty mode select switch. Another possibility would be a gear out of time if a tape was forced in too quickly.
Posted on Mar 12, 2007
SOURCE: VCR TAPE IS STICK IN VCR PLAYER.
if you can't get the tape out enough to pull it very carefully out by hand, you'll have to bring it to a repair shop. the tape is probably twisted up inside and jammed.
Posted on Nov 09, 2007
SOURCE: Tape stuck in VCR
could be that you're looking at a blown cartridge for that vcr tape. You may need to cut the tape, to extract that from the unit.
The play head would usually retract when the cartridge is removed, BUT could be compromised by some tape getting into the play head mechanism, and jamming.
be particularly careful with anything pointy or sharp, as the tape head does NOT like those objects near the read surface.
Posted on Mar 02, 2008
replace the ir diode (D1224) under the vcr section. its a clear looking led (bulb like) this solved my problem ... as it was previously suggested as one of the solutions. vcr know function as well as the rest of the tv---- you need to have some background in this work or it will be tough to do .......
But thanks for the help it took care of my problem
Posted on Sep 24, 2008
On a unit I checked with this same symptom, removing the top cover allows the unit to stay on and operate normally. There is some sort of sensor at the left middle of the chassis, which, when unblocked by any opaque object, allows the unit to remain on. A temporary fix (not advisable) would be to replace the top cover with a piece of clear plastic or taut saran wrap (no vent holes needed). It's unclear exactly where/what that sensor is from a cursory test. This is a work in progress on someone else's machine that I lack full access to.
Posted on Jul 07, 2009
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