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My VCR is egecting the tape with the casstte adapter.

I place my VHSC tape into the provided cassette adapter and place it in my VCR, why is my VCR ejecting the tape?

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The cassette adapter uses 1 AA battery. When you place your VHSC tape into the adapter and close the cover, you will hear the motor running and the red piece on the adapter will move inside. Check the placement of the battery and make sure the clear shrink wrap has been removed from the battery

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