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RCA dvd-vrc combo model DRC8320N

I was playing a tape that was record on the Sony vcr. The tape changes speed from SP to SLP and SP and SLP over and over. It been that way for the entire tape. It does that on its own. I tried to change the speed and the tracking on the remote but it will not solve the problem. The model number is DRC8320N. Please advise. Gary

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    it wont play and the vcr wont come out

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How do I rewind both vcr and dvd?

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