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Panasonic NV-SD230 Tape fails to eject and error code F06

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  • Anonymous Aug 26, 2008

    I get an error code F06 what the hell does that mean?

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I've checked the entire user manual which notes problems like this need to be referred to authorized service personnel. Myself, I would unplug the entire unit, put it on a kitchen table using a phillips (cross-tip) screwdriver to remove the top metal shell. Remove at least 2 screws each side and 2-5 rear screws securing the top. Nothing like peering inside to see what is causing the VCR to get stuck and help remove it. No release pinhole or tape freeing ejector will work if the unit's tape is tightly wound around some internal object or the tape is stuck because something foreign is inside the unit. Best of success. ZT3000 "Beta tester of "0"s and "1's"

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my tape got stuck too, i opened the bottom, then located the mechanism that started the eject program. After turning some wheels the eject automatically started. Try that...

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I have a dmr-ez25eb DVD recorder and it has stopped Recording and playing back , the screen on the TV says that its a none recordable disc but I have been useing them from the time I purchased the DVD

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Is there a solution for this?

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SOURCE: Panasonic VCR has F06 code

You appear to have a K Mech model. F06 is the code for the mechanism locking after unload. The cause being something to do with the loading motor or the way the carriage is aligned.

Posted on Jun 16, 2009

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