Question about Panasonic Televison & Video
I believe this model might use the K-Deck Mechanism, which if you search on Google for it you will find free information on it.
Generally the cause is either the carriage mechanism (that holds the cassette) being bent or damaged in some way, or the mode switch is out of position. The mode switch in VCR's tells the electronics what position the mechanical section is in, be it play fast-forward etc. Modes can become faulty or get dirt in them (cleaning with Servisol Video 40 will cure the dirt) or they can get thrown out of position by any fault in the mechanical section.
I will post a picture of a mode switch to help you find it in your video and a Can of Servisol which you will find online.
Posted on May 27, 2011
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