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  • gungadein Jul 08, 2008

    I don't know what is a "hard reset" but will explore. I am new on this site - have patience - i will will appreciate any help, clive

  • gungadein Jul 08, 2008

    I had the top off but short of bending parts out of the way I was unable to remove the cartridge. The model is JVC.HR - J220ea

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    i am lost

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Have a look if link below reffers to your model manual
http://www.instruction-manuals.co.uk/category/videos/jvc.htm

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If tape is stuck inside all you can do is removing the cover and removing the stuck cassette from inside. If the tape inside is broken or damaged you can repair the tape after extraction.
To remove the cover you should start by removing the 4 (or more ) screws on the lower part of the VCR.
In this guide you find general instructions on how to take apart a vcr to remove cassette stuck inside .

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Your best bet would be to send it in for service. There are quite of few places you can call for a free estimate. If you need any help locating a repair center or any other assistance let me know.
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Hello,

The mechanism inside maybe malfunction, try to shutoff the recorder and then take out the battery or unplug to the wall outlet. to keep hard reset setting.

fix back and then switch on the jvc.

melnavz

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    Emelio Navaja Jul 08, 2008

    that is hard reset as i explain. however if this not resolve the issue, you should have to self tech the JVC. you have to open it and find the error inside. but its better to call the vendor if hard you to do so.

    sometimes hard reset is the cure.

    melnavz


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    Emelio Navaja Jul 08, 2008

    Is there any parts that preventing the cassette to eject? you should be careful you if you have manually remove the tape.

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Ok, you will have to take the top of the VCR off and remove the cassette manually. assuming you don't have any warranty so there is noting to loose.

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  • Ekse Jul 08, 2008

    Let me know if any problems come up,

    If you succesfully removed the casette please accept my solution but incase you need further instructions I will need to know the model of the vcr.



    -reply / comment will send me a message.

    -requesting more assistance / reposting the problem will reject my support.



    Thanks,

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Make a hard reset and try to eject

Posted on Jul 08, 2008

  • dewan nafees ahmed Jul 08, 2008

    leave the unit plugged off from the power for 2 hours and then try to pwoer On the unit and eject the tape.



    if the problem persists then you will have to remove the cover the unit to acess the tape.

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