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I need help fast please!!!!! vx1000 is making a beeping noise when then ejects the tape

The tape mechanism is acting up. It allows you to load a tape but then it just ejects it and the camera beeps. This is not the typical "jammed" tape deck issue that these cameras have. I only used this camera 3 times before it went down, and all functions were working for me prior to the failure. Please i need help fast!!!!!!! Thanks for your time

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  • Andy Parauka Jun 16, 2007

    how much does that part cost?

  • Anonymous Dec 04, 2007

    I have the same problem does anyone know of a link or something i could use that would show me how to replace it?

  • mcrickyd Feb 26, 2008

    Same problem, no idea what a chassis sub block assy is, or where to put it.

  • rockstarwsty Jul 12, 2008

    My vx1000 will allow me to insert a tape and play it, but as soon as I try to record, it beeps and starts flashing a eject icon.

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Hi there, in order to solve this problem best solution is to change the CHASSIS SUB BLOCK ASSY part number: A7026023R If you need more info please contact me at LIVE session. Best regards, Arpi

Posted on Jun 16, 2007

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    Arpad Kothai Jun 17, 2007

    Hello,

    the price is about 50 US$, please check these links: http://sony.nexttronicsparts.com/comersu... http://www.partstore.com/sl/2/indexd1819...

    If you need more info please advice.
    Arpi

  • j58sd Nov 10, 2010

    hey thanks for posting this but the links dont work and im having trouble understanding what this part is and where it goes

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