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Trouble with Sanyo video recorder

Hi there,
I have a Sanyo video cassette recorder which for some reason has just stopped operating. When you put the tape into recorder to play back it unwinds from left spool but does not wind onto the right spool - any ideas please?
I live in Spain and it it difficult to get english purchased products repaired here.
Many thanks,
Lynn

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  • Violynn Aug 20, 2008

    Many thanks for your very helpful information

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Dear Lynn,
Have you some experience in opening and repairing Electronic equipments? Or does your husband / partner have any experience?
From what you have described, it seems that one of the belts has snapped or become loose.
Unplug the VCR, opem the bottom cover, and check the belts. If any of them is loose, or snapped, replace.

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