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Flashing "2" on VCR front panel.

I recently had a tape get stuck. Took off the top and got the tape out, now I have a flashing [ 2 ] on the front panel. The tray seems to be stuck. Anything I can do? oshaman..

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Hi Oshaman. I have dealt with many VCR's and would like to ask you a few questions before diagnostics. How exactly did you get the tape out of the machine ? There are several tape threading gears involved, and if you accidentally made one of them skip a few teeth while forcing the tape deck up the "position" switch will send erroneus signals to the tape threading position switch/ controller. Was the tape rolled around the capstan/pinch roller ? Did you have to force the tape loading tray up to extract the tape ? Feel free to email me. [email protected] Happy Holidays.

Posted on Dec 19, 2006

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