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Tape wont eject

We have had this for a few years, and the current tape has been in for over a year ... we are finally at the end of the tape, and it wont eject! I cant figure out why, and dont see any way to manually remove it... The Camera works fine, I want to keep it intact if possible, but dont want to ruin the precious tape (baby stuff)
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  • heatherly_th Jan 07, 2009

    Do I just take it to a dealer to get it cleaned?? What did you do?

  • Anonymous Apr 20, 2009

    i took the tape out an i think that the mechanisem is off timing

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Had the same problem it just needs cleaning

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