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Error F04 message displayed

A tape was inserted but wouldn't play, shortly after an 'Error F04' message was displayed and the unit won't eject the tape.

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  • panfool Nov 21, 2007

    tape was playing -tried to eject; VCR and TV screen went blank (TV screen blue) and tape wouldn't eject. Showing Error F04. Opened the top and tape is stuck in "play" mode with the flap on the video held "up" by small white plastic arm. Panasonic wants $50 just to look at it.

  • theelk0069 Jan 03, 2008

    Just returned from holidays, same problem, F04.



    HELP!!

  • shrex2000 Jun 01, 2008

    i turned on my video player, tape in it and it starts up the shuts down and shows f04, willnot stay powered up so i can eject the tape

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Panasonic K deck F03 or F04 shows in display check loading motor coupling pt no VDP1434 or motor pt no VID12128 £11.95 CHS

Posted on Jan 20, 2007

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