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Re: Sony DSR-1500P does not load tape
There should be smoe indication on the front of a problem. If not, then the load sequence is not completing and the unit should be sent in for service. These are pro decks that should only be serviced by trained personnel. There are a number of reasons why a taoe would not load. Without seeing the unit, it is extremely dificult to determine the cause. Are there any other details you can provide that might help me to determine possible causes? Can you observe the loading to see how far it gets?
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This happens often in my business. Sony DSR is the most delicate cassette compartment out there. It also sounds like the unit is in auto off mode(electronic proublems as well). Please for your sake take this unit to Sony or some one qualified to repair this. You should expect replacement of the compartment and what ever damage occured while removing the tape. Parts for these decks are not cheap, If you had taken it to a service person with the tape stuck inside the monitary damage would far less. The one good thing is this is a consumer unit, if it where a DSR 1500 two models up it would pro and they share parts price for repair x3 across the board.
C:31:40 is "FG fault when starting drum." In plain terms, the video head assembly is not producing a feedback signal that tells the control circuitry that the heads are spinning. Most probable cause is a bad drum assembly, but check to make sure the flex cable going to the drum is properly seated.