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Jammed cassette compartment

I was given a canon ev410v camcorder but the cassette compartment is jammed. It is up but not opened and it won't fully open or close. What could be wrong and how much am I looking at for it to be repaired?

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This unit is very common for the mode switch to be bad, but to replace this, the entire mechanism has to be taken apart and reassembled and realigned. Probably not worth the money or the time, as we used to get 250 to 300 to repair this problem. Good Luck

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