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There is a tape stuck in the LTO 3582-L23, how to takeout manually?

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Its not easy to remove the stuck tape as it require you to

1. Remove the sled from the library
2. Remove the drive from the Sled.
3. The Drive Part would be more complicated.

I sugguest you send it to a tape drive repair centre and let them service it for you.

You can try sanwork.com

Posted on May 06, 2009

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