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My LG stereo video player - LV4981 - will not play the tapes. When a tape is inserted it shows "PLAY" then shows a small red symbol as if recording - no numbers indicating that the tape is turning. I am unable to "cancel" the small red symbol, and occasionally the video player shows an H-Er sign. It will rewind and ff without problems. Any ideas pse? Susan Pearse

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SOURCE: loud noise on rewind

You may have an idler gear wheel which has been damaged- perhaps broken/worn gear teeth or something afoul in it's drive mechanisms. Check this idler which sits down in between the supply and take-up spindles. You should be able to see this with no tape loaded. This idler should also move freely from supply to takeup- if it is sticky in movement this could be the problem. If your idler is broken, you may be able to replace it. Check with a service center- or a parts supplier. MCM electronics is one such supplier- there are others.

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SOURCE: V8824W A--Er message appeared out of the blue

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Posted on Jul 17, 2008

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SOURCE: Panasonic aj-d230h

without knowing the exact error message, I can only speculate, but most rewind errors I have seen with the AJ-D230 are related to problems with capacitors on either the reel motor driver board or the system control board. the firewire upgrade (AJ-YAD230) is no longer available.

Posted on Nov 20, 2008

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SOURCE: Sony DSR-45 will not eject tape nor play,ff,rewind shows error

The generic error codes C32:xx indicate that a motor is not functioning. If you have not worked on these machines before, extreme caution is advised. These have extremely sensitive alignments that can easily be disturbed.

Please update this with your familiarity with these machines and I'll try to provide additional directions.

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Dan

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SOURCE: Tape won't play, FF, or eject.

sorry to say that none.no trip button for that.i assumed that the magnetic strip of the tape is already wind up inside.you'll need to open the unit up and gently rotate the flywheel of the tape player until you can open the door of the tape compartment.no need to force or it will just break.

Posted on Jun 22, 2009

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