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hi you can try to press eject but nothing gone happen because the tape is stock inside , thats means you
will have to open the camera to remove the tape
manally/ but you can try your pwr pack adaptor in the cam then press rewind if you got the pwr on.,if that rewind let it go tothe end the press eject
if its not pwr on doesnt look good you will have bring to service dep at a dealer you is good in cam service
http://www.fixya.com/support/t103751-in_video_mode_error_code_message_e01 resolved it for me... Apparently the JVC cameras have a little button that detects the presence of the battery, but it doesn't move very freely and you really have to slam the battery onto the camera before it notices. Cleared my E01 fault first time after having been getting more and more frustrated since it first locked up