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JVC GR D247EK #140M0089 - Camera stopped loading cassettes. Remains in eject position.

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You must clean up your camera using your tape head cleaner.
The sign eject tape indicates that your tape head needs cleaning.

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Remove the battery for 30 minutes and try again. When putting the tape on camera press only where indicated by an arrow. Good luck!

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E01 Mechanism has not fully loaded up to the stop position

E-01, E-02, E-05, or E-06 is an Emergency Error Code. In the event of a malfunction the unit will shut down and display a code which is to inform a technician which area of the camcorder to examine in order to ascertain the nature of the problem. Try the following steps:

1) Remove power source for 1 minute. 2) Reattach power source. 3) Try operating the camera.

The indication E-03 or E-04 is an Emergency Error Code. In the event of a malfunction the unit will shut down and display a code. This is to inform an independent JVC authorized service center which area of the camcorder to examine in order to ascertain the nature of the problem.

The E-03 or E-04 code relates to one of the tape spindles not turning. This could be the result of too much slack on the video tape. If E-03 or E- 04 is displayed it may be possible to correct the problem by removing the tape slack. In order to do this follow these steps:

1) Remove power source for 1 minute.
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Whenever some abnormal signal is input to the syscon CPU,
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1. The mechanism is locked during mode shift.
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