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Here's another picture of some feet...
When I woke up and looked at the clock (which was flashing), it became apparent that we'd had a blackout during the night. Unfortunately, I didn't get a picture of the blackout.
Yuko later confirmed that the blackout had interrupted her night blogging activities. Our Internet gateway machine, Sam does not automatically re-boot when the power comes back on, so I had to press this button manually...
|Pressing Sam's button|
After dinner, Yuko smashed some plates on the floor in a fit of rage...
|Broken plates and a leg|
One of my VCRs is slowly dying. Tonight the picture and sound quality became unacceptable. So, I pulled out an old VCR which I had stashed in the cupboard. I couldn't remember whether it worked or not.
When I plugged it in, I noticed that there was still a tape in it. Pressing the eject button produced a whirring sound, but the tape did not eject.
I decided to perform surgery...
|Opening the VCR|
|The guts exposed|
With the cover off, I connected the power and pressed the eject button again. I observed that the whirring sound was simply the head drum spinning. The tape was extracted and wrapped around the drum, but no other parts moved when I pressed the button.
I jiggled various bits to try to eject the tape manually, but to no avail - so I gave up.
I think it's time to upgrade to hard disk!
|The cassette firmly stuck in the mechanism|
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