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Cassette will not eject.

Made weird noise when i entered the tape then wouldn't eject. tape is stuck inside. can this be fixed? seems like a motor problem

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SOURCE: Re-attach the power source followed by Reinsert Cassette

Hai Problem in mechanism. If the tape does not loaded completely, the message will show "Reattach the power source" Please check mechanism. Raghavendra, M/s.prathiksha Electronics

Posted on Jan 29, 2007

philipp
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SOURCE: c:32:11 message flashes, cassette eject won't work, camera doesn't work

Defective mechanism,
a stucked mechanism is
present. camcorders are
smart. it can detect error
and shut down itself for
safety. earlier models
domino the defect if
the user is not quick
enough to react when
something goes wrong with
the camera. You need
professional service to
fix it.

Posted on Nov 25, 2007

SOURCE: Cassette Tape stuck

How does one take the cover off?

Posted on Feb 02, 2008

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SOURCE: Ejection Door won't Close

I had the same problem with my 360X.
I took the camera apart and found two screws loose that hold the tape carrier to the rest of the chassis. The unfortunate thing is that I had to pretty much disassemble the entire camera to get to those two screws. It's working again. I'm assuming those two loose screws were the problem.

Posted on Feb 10, 2008

ljmagnuson
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SOURCE: Sony DCR-PC100 does not eject (well not really!)

Don't think this is a complete solution, but it might help. Try checking out the buttons on the camera. I've got one of those same cameras but my problem is the ribbon cable in the cassette carrier broke and I'm on the hunt for a new one, and a service manual. By the way, how about emailing a copy of the service manual to me at ljmagnuson@aol.com. Thanks. I might be able to help further with a copy of that.

Posted on Feb 24, 2009

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