Question about Emerson EWV601 S-VHS VCR
Posted by Anonymous on
With a little dis-assembly, the tape can be saved without any problem. The main issue is that this is really not a DIY repair. There are dangerous high voltages present inside the unit even when unplugged. I would not suggest you attempt to retrieve this tape. The repair cost for parts will be about $10 (belts). Check with a few local repair shops. They should be able to help with this at a reasonable price. A complete refurb of these types of units can usually be done for less than $100 total. I refurb these all the time.
Hope this helps,
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