Question about Mitsubishi HS-U760 S-VHS VCR

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Play button does not work

I have a HS-U760 and when you insert a tape and hit the play button there is no response. I have even removed the face and tried pushing the button directly on the board itself with no response, any thoughts?

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  • Anonymous Nov 30, 2007

    here is an update to this problem:

    when you insert a tape sometimes the machine will eject the tape after a few seconds. I have tried the fast forward and reverse work fine, however you can not play the tape because the take up reel is not maintaining the proper tension on the tape. Any help or suggestions would be appreciated.



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Check the little drive pulley underneath the mech. It is very common for this to crack or break and not drive the takeup reel.

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