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  1. I have a VHS tape stuck in my Insignia IS-DVD100121 VCR. I'm trying to locate the eject motor but I can't find it. Here is an image:
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    Also, the piece below fell out when I opened it, and I want to put it back where it belongs. Do any of you know where it belongs?:
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    This is a top quality VCR I purchased for $120 and I really want to be able to use it again. Do any of you know how to help?
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    Probably the one in front of the cassette, That roller is the pinch roller, you would need a plastic sleeve to put it back on, If you are not familiar with VCR parts you shouldn't really mess with it especially having to pay $120 for a piece of junk like that, If I was you I would return it.
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  3. Itís actually a really good VCR. Probably one of the best ones out there. Thatís why I would like to be able to use it again.

    I must have put a bad tape in it. And since Iím not familiar with the parts, I would like to know which part is the eject motor so I can get it out. And since I donít know which part it is, why wouldnít anyone at least be able to send me a picture? Itís not like I canít figure it out.

    I would definitely like to become familiar.

    If anyone would be able to help me, I would be able to get it out no problem.
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    One of the best units, says who?
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    Originally Posted by Congood23 View Post
    Itís actually a really good VCR. Probably one of the best ones out there.
    No, not even close.
    Low end combo deck, likely Funai, as Best Buy is just a rebadge house brand.
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