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Error 3001 Hi. I am looking at purchasing a 2nd hand JVC unit. The seller has stated that he has two units, both with the same problem. His discription below. Has some faults which show as error 3001- needs some maintainence: head cleaning and motor grading Can anybody suggest what this fault is as i am struggling to find this error code anywhere.

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I have brand new DV600E unit for sale, send me email for more information.

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