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Will not seat DV

I have a AG- Dv1000 and has been working fine but I put a tape in and it just ejects tape . Any ideas?

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Most likely problem is a defective cassette housing.

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Did you desamble the vcr before this?
Or simply doesn't seat de tape?

Posted on Jul 10, 2009

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