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I have a phillips combo tv/vcr working perfectly but when I insert a vhs tape it rejects and switches off. I have tried many tapes all working in my other vcr.the tv is working ok.

Model Phillips pv135/07

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VCR ?? With the possible age of the device, there could be a lot of issues with grease that is old, belts that are stretched etc. A VCR senses tape tension in order to prevent eating the tape. Clean the unit and check all the belts.

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