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bit late...but. STOP ASAP! by removing the battery, after removing battery, wait 20 seconds, re-fit battery & CLOSE the cassette door.
then wait 10 seconds, slap the closed door twice quite firmly. then open, if it opens, discard that cassette tape, clean the players head using cleaning tape.
use new cassette tape.
You need only to measure the diameter of the belt in mm. Then enter "cassette tape belt ??mm" into Google. They are universal. If you're measurement comes to say 53mm then a smaller belt of say 50mm will fit it.
Mke certain you make a note of how it fits before removing the belt.
You have what's called a Panasonic K-Deck machine. That code means the Mechanism locks after unloading the tape. The cause of this could either be the 'carriage' where the tape fits, or the Load Motor. Plenty of free information on line just type "Panasonic K-Deck" into Google.
You only need to measure the diameter of each belt you need in MM. Then put the result into Google as "Cassette Drive Belt ??MM."
Belts are generally universal and not made by any one maker. You don't have to be precise in the MM also, a few either way will work. Make a note of how they fit before removing any.
You don't specify the adapter you have, but most load from the top. The main thing here is that VHS and VHS-C are both the same size of tape. Whether they are recorded in SVHS mode or not will not affect the adapter, just whether or not you get a picture. Theadapter only allows you to put a compact cassette (VHS-C) into a standard VHS VCR. The adapter will require batteries to allow it to place the VHS-C cassette tape into the proper position for use in the VCR.
Ok sound like the play head is out of a-line ment - easy way to fix if it is this - remove from the mains supply and open the cassette deck door - press the play button down and look at the play head there is 2 screws 1 either side 1 is fixed and 1 is sprung - now inset batterys (much safer) - try and fit a cassette in without using the cassette door should just fit in then press play and ajust the Right hand side scree with a small screwdriver (insulated) and ajust slightly to the left or to the right and this should fix the chewing - to get it just right use headphones ajusting left to right will tke the sound + & - to each earphone. Warning dont turn to far to the left as this will undo the screw completely - u have a least 1 whole turn either way is fine