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RCA Camcorder I installed new belts, and lubricated all moving parts. But, apparently, while doing the oiling of gear spindles and greasing slides, i inadvertantly moved something out of sync. The unit now will only go into play mode and cycle back and forth as if it doesn't know what to do. Also, it won't eject tape. How do I realign the gears to get everything working again ? I seldom do repairs, but I have had success with the vcr's that I have worked on. I am constantly using three vcr's on a nightly basis to record programs to watch later. But, I don't use the camcorder often.

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It's been a while since I worked on the RCA full size camcorders as well. It sounds as though the load motor is "jogging" because the mode switch is not in time with the mechanism. I think there are timing marks on all the cams and gears in the unit and an indicator arrow on the mode switch. Set the mechanism to the "stop" mode and align the main cam index mark to the load motor drive cam, be sure the mode switch arrow points to the load motor drive gear "hole", this tells the micro the unit is in "stop" mode. Good Luck Joe Weibel customelectronics.org

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