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Canon mv 800, camera does not accept tape cassette.

A tape when loaded is then rejected after a few seconds, does anyone, know how to solve this problem. thanks

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  • quelleb Jan 02, 2009

    camera won't take tape. Spits them out again

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Ok what you do is take the batery pack out and hit the camera there/
if it dont work try again

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