Question about Televison & Video
I hope your vcr is not built in with TV. It is separate from TV. If it is not then you have to call a technician to open the vcr and remove the faulty tape. If it is separate then open the top cover by unscrewing the screws on the side. These can be located very easily. Remove the top cover gently. Look for the gear toothed wheels which load/eject the tape. You can do so by switching the power button on and off. Switch of the power to vcr. Move the toothed wheels by hand to bring the tape up if you do not want the tape to get damaged. When the tape comes up then give it a gentle push so that it can eject itself. If not, repeat the process again. If you see the magnetic tape is stuck or entangled with moving wheel the cut it,remove it gently. Make sure that you do not touch or damage the video head. Once removed, you can fix the top cover.
Posted on Apr 04, 2011
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