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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: push the reset button
let the camera sit alone for About 20 min,so that the camcorder automatically turned off. I turned it off,
then back on and did not receive the reset button prompt.
if that doesn't work unplug the battery and all power and plug back in.
Posted on Jan 28, 2008
SOURCE: Elura 60 Zoom Problem
Guys, so weird but on another site it offered this suggestion: banged the base of your camera against something hard and it will become unstuck. So bang the base of your camera against something hard and it will work again, at least it works like it did but not sure for how long. Good luck. I can't believe that worked. Give it a try. I didnt hit it too hard either.
Posted on Sep 21, 2008
SOURCE: jammed tape in Sony camcorder
There is no manual eject.
The only way is to disassemble the camera outer shell, then remove the drive mechanism and using a 4.5 V power supply power the eject mechanism.
It takes 30 min of work when you know how to do it. If you find the service manual (free somewhere in internet) it will tell you how to open the camera.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Dec 24, 2008
You're totally right!
The button with the red circle and a small line through it is the on/off button. The button underneath it with the garbage can is the delete button, the red button in the middle is the record button, and the four buttons around it are the direction keys, and the button with the triangle/square is the play/stop button, so when you're reviewing clips, you can stop and start them.
I hope that helps!
Posted on Jun 30, 2009
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