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Error 20-911 Tape would not release, tape carriage stays in the down position.

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This is the emergency eject / error code 20-911, the manual has this method to solve the issue and have it manually eject

pressing 3 or 4 keys simultaneously; and "left arrow + menu" to get a maintenance menu, then "service", then "manual eject"

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