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  • hisam Jun 20, 2008

    Its Mitsubishi model # HS-U550

  • Ken Jones
    Ken Jones May 11, 2010

    Thank you for your question. Before I give you a specific answer, can you please give me the make and model # for your device?



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Thank you for your information. This does not appear to be a common problem for this model but it is a common problem for VCRs in general. The solution requires you to remove the cover of the unit. Before you do this I recommend that you use our premium chat service so someone can walk you through the repair. Or use our online list of technicians to find a professional near you.

Good luck. :)

Posted on Jun 20, 2008

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