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Sony SLV 660HF

Two Problems:

1) It often squeaks loudly when fast forwarding a tape. Mostly in the first 3 hours of a 6 hour tape.

2) It will not eject the tape fully, starts to and sucks it back in right before it enters the outside of the vcr. Unplugging the power didn't solve this probem.

Any suggestions?
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The problem seems to be with with the door. Mine dose the same thing I have to
hold the door open with my finger so the tape will not catch.

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