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Garbage bin? Sorry I could not help, making this joke. But I think I know what you mean. The old movie film is still in your camera?
On a memory card? If it is the only movie, it would be a good idea to format the memory card. This not only will wipe the movie, but cleans up the card complete.
If I had known more details, perhaps I could have told you what menu item you should goto, for wiping picture, or movie. Or for formatting.
I also could warn you, if certain messages came on the screen, like Picture is protected or card is protected.

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