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Re Panasonic VCR model NV-HD90B. Loads and briefly plays video tape satisfactorily, then stops and won't allow cassette to eject. When immediately turned off and re-powered it turns off again within 3 secs and tape still won't eject. When left off overnight (this has now happened twice) the cassette immediately ejects when unit switched on and eject button pressed. However excess tape then has to be pulled through the eject cover as it remains inside the unit. Thanks.

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robotek
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SOURCE: I have had the same

Hi alan

Check the reel brakes. Simple as that

Posted on Apr 16, 2008

SOURCE: My Panasonic NV-SD270 video player

when the loading mechanism have a trouble and did not thread the tape properly , the eject mode commands primarily coz the tape in sensor activated properly

Posted on Apr 29, 2008

SOURCE: I have a NV-FJ620 video

One possible explanation is a faulty mode switch (this is a multi contact rotary swith located under the mechanical deck) which needs cleaning probably not a job for the DIY enthusiast

Posted on May 15, 2008

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SOURCE: Own a Philips 14PV415/07 TV/Video

did u try a hard reset or not?

if u dont know how to do it means
please reply back

Posted on Jun 20, 2008

800pctechs
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SOURCE: When I use the remote to power-on my tv,the power light comes on for about 3 sec...and then it will turn off for about 3 sec. Then it will turn itself on again for about 3 sec. and then it will turn

Probably vented caps, or high voltage circuit failure. Sugg, replace tripler.

Posted on Oct 02, 2008

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One possible explanation is a faulty mode switch (this is a multi contact rotary swith located under the mechanical deck) which needs cleaning probably not a job for the DIY enthusiast

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My Panasonic NV-SD270 video player wont play or release a video cassette and shows the error message "F05". Does anyone know what this means? thanks Chris


when the loading mechanism have a trouble and did not thread the tape properly , the eject mode commands primarily coz the tape in sensor activated properly

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I push the tape into the Vcr it tries to play it then it simply ejects it after about 5 seconds.


This is a safety feature of the machine. If it does not detect tape movement, the unit will shutdown and eject the tape.
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