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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
may be machnical stuck in playback mode. remove the cover and see the loading arms are near the video head , if not try to release the arm rotating caption wheel smmothly . don't push more force to rotate the wheel.
Posted on Jan 15, 2009
SOURCE: Panasonic NV HD620 Error F06
You appear to have a model that uses the K Deck Chassis.
F06 in that case stands for: "Mechanism locks after unload". The cause being either the loading motor or the carriage alignment.
Posted on Jun 21, 2009
You appear to have a model that uses the K-Deck Chassis. If you enter "Panasonic K-Deck Chassis" into google you will find loads of service information on it.
However back to your problem F06 means the mechanism is locking up after unloading. The cause of which could be either the Load Motor or a problem with the Carriage (where the tape goes) and it's alignment.
Posted on May 28, 2010
VCR's have a thing called a mode switch. This tells the electronics of the machine what position the mechanical section is in. If it gets wrong signals then the VCR electronics will take action to correct the problem. In this case ejecting any tape you put in. These wrong signals are caused by the damage to the VCR mechanical section, which might account for the tape getting stuck. Even though you have removed it, doing so repositioned various parts. Perhaps in this case something to do with the carriage unit, being in the wrong position. In any case the whole mechanical system will need to be reset. This is not an easy thing to do and unless you have set up the VCR before a service manual will be needed. This is because everything will have to be set right or different problems will happen. For example it is common practice in Panasonic VCR's to have the carriage in the loaded position when setting it up. And you will also need to know the correct position of various items - including the mode switch!
Before doing so I would look around to see if any plastic parts are damaged.
Panasonic use the same mechanical systems in different models. They tend to be called after a letter of the alphabet, such as K-Deck etc. I don't know which one your model uses but finding it out well make life easy for you repairing the machine.
Posted on Jan 24, 2011
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