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This sounds like a fault caused by a mode switch problem. The mode switch tells the electronic section what position the VCR mechanical section is in. The mode switch itself can go faulty, or it can be sent to the wrong position if the VCR mechanism is damaged. For example the mode switch might be in eject mode, when the mechanism is in play mode.
It's unlikely that a reset would cure the problem. But you could try powering down the video by pulling the plug and leaving for some time. Maybe even a day.
Mode switch replacement is only possible if you have either done this before or have the service manual. Since most mode switches are never ever set up in the eject mode position. The VCR mechanism will also need to be checked to make certain it hasn't been damaged before resetting or replacement of the mode switch.
you have a faulty SYSCON MICROCONTROLLER.+faulty associates circuits, like CLKS, RESET. you must go to the repair shop TV for fix it. However you can try as the last thing before to go the repair shopt, Clean tHE VHS+DVD, with tape cleaner+disc cleaner too.and Proof God bless you.
There are only 2 motors on the VCR sections.1 motor for the rewind backward and speed foward.1 motor for take in the VHS tape and eject the tape.The play button also used the same rewind backward and speed forward motor to push the film foward to the VCR play head head drums to play the tape.
Left up the VCR tape gate,see,if the tape still in there?Yes,unplug,10 mins.replug the Tv and push the tape forward botton.Let the tape go forward about 5 sec. eject the tape take out.Grandson probally rewind the same seen to many times,causing power power shotdown mode.
Way to go. Usually if you use anisotropic Alcohol with a few Q-tips works well I've found. Try cleaning the other tap path items like the capstan that the pinch roller get's pushed up to also with this Alcohol. The cleaner the better the tape goes through. Much better picture. Blessings, A/V Media Guy
E2 means: Loading motor locked in the unload direction. Usually(not always) happens with a going bad VCR tape on the rewind. Tape is becoming too difficult to rewind and/or VCR is getting tired. Eject tape. Discard tape as soon as practical, new tapes are cheap. To clear: Hold power on/off button for 8 seconds.
When you put the player into rewind, is it at the beginning of the tape that it ejects? If so, it may be because you have the machine in timer mode. If you have a pre-recorded tape in a VCR, it will automatically eject the tape because you`ve not to record on a pre-recorded tape. I hope this help, Ian
The photo sensor that senses the tape end has blown or dry soldered.It is on the right side of the mechanical deck and senses the transparent end of the tape through the square hole in the video cassette.