Question about Samsung TV and Video DVD Recorder with VCR
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: video playback
may still need to be cleaned andy.Sometimes cleaning tapes wont get the dirth out.This is more than likely what is wrong.How old is cleaning tape you tried may be time to try new cleaning tape,.
Posted on May 21, 2007
Did you finalize the disk? If not, this should solve your problem. When the disk is finalized you should be able to play it on your computer if you can play other DVDs on it. Some other DVD players can only play specific disks (i.e. DVD-R, DVD+R). This may be another problem.
Posted on May 01, 2008
SOURCE: vcr tape stuck in unit
I am not registered here as an expert, so there should not be any charges. I do not have the option of chatting I am guessing only the registered experts have that. Here goes: 1. Take a phillips screw driver and remove all the screws that are holding the case on, there will be some big ones on the sides and a few maybe smaller ones on the back. 2. Lift the the case off 3. You should see the tape on the inside the vcr 4. You may or may not have to remove some of the metalic shielding which should be only anywhere from 4-6 screws if you have a piece of metal directly over the vcr tape some have them some do not. 5 Gently pull the magnetic tape up from around the feeder posts and the drum. 6. Try and work the vcr tape up and out, If you are having extreme difficulties with this try plugging the vcr back up and pushing the eject button while still holding the magnetic tape. The tape should eject now and you and carefully pull it out. 7. When you get the tape out, use your thumb to push up and turn one side of the white reals on the tape to slowly wind the magnetic tape back inside the tape. 8. Unplug the vcr again and replace everything that you had to remove and replace the cover.
I hope this helps and let me know if you need further assistance. And since I am not a registered expert here there should be no charge for this help unless you chatted or got help from one of the registered experts.
Posted on Jul 06, 2008
SOURCE: vhs eject will not release tape.
I had a suggestion that did work. Reach into the VHS compartment with left hand and press down toward the back of the tape. With the right hand press the eject button a few times and the tape did come out. I would not buy a Samsung product again. No help from their 800 tech support. No more playing the VHS side of the player. Lynn
Posted on Jul 14, 2008
Please unplug all the cords of your TV for 4 hours and allow it to reset.After 4 hours plug the cords back in and now try removing the tape.
Let me know the result
Posted on Oct 09, 2008
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