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Cannon MD101 Wont eject Tape /No Power

Hi My Cannon DV Camcorder MD101 was playing back a DV Tape when it suddenly made the screen slowly turn white and shut down - Now the Camcodrer wont power up even on mains adapter and wont eject the DV Tape - can i manually eject the tape and if so how? Thanks

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