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URGENT, PLEASE ! I have a SONY UVW 1800 with a tape inside that I can't remove. On the display is written the following message: "Error 02-674". How can I solve this problem? Thank You

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02-674 - Failed to detect the T reel FG during PLAY and REC. No signal from the Hall sensor

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I have a Sony UVW 1800 Beta SP deck. This morning, after completing a dub, I rewound the tape. The machine made a sound, the tape stopped and became stuck in the machine. I received an error code 02-803. I...


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The unit powers on, the drum shows only 0005 hours on it, but the display says it has an "Error 02-454" Error Code, and says "REC Inhibit", and it will not accept a tape. When this unit is powered on it shows error code 02-454 which is:
S-REEL FG COULD NOT BE DETECTED WHILE IN FF/REW MODE.
You can cross-reference this error code at the following web site:
http://www.johnjvsvisual.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk/UVW1600-1800%20error%20codes.pdf
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