Question about Emerson EWD2203 DVD Player/VCR

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VCR WILL NOT PLAY

The power is turned on (by remote or the faceplate). VCR mode is selected and the VCR output light is lit. Once the tape is put in, after a second or two the output light begins to flash and then the power light goes off. Have tried several tapes with the same outcome. When first turned on the counter appears in the upper right hand corner. No picture or sound occurs. The DVD player does work showing quality picture and sound. Found no reference to this problem in the troubleshooting section of the user's manual. Your assistance would be helpful. Thanks

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The problem is the tape mechanism is malfuctioning. It trys eather to load or play a tape and a sensor inside tells the microprocessor to shut down this mechanism before damage is done to the tape. BUT sometimes a malfunction causes a damaged tape too. this unit has NO user serviseable parts inside itself, so its time to take this puppy into a repair shop to see if its worth the repair , Unless this units more then a few years old?? then its time to buy a shiny new unit. Good luck

Posted on Jul 09, 2006

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