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Epson 3640 won't copy. Only scans. This just happened? Also new a message insert cassette 1 correctly. Haven't touched cassette??


You have to comply with error messages.

Remove the wall plug.
Remove the cassettes all the way out, most have two. Check inside for paper, or any bits of paper covering the cassette drawer open sensors. Replace the cassettes.
Plug the machine back in.

Dec 30, 2016 | Epson Office Equipment & Supplies

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How do I remove the cassettes or cassettes from an Elna 7000? It stopped working after a power surge. I bought a used machine that works, but it doesn't have the 2 cassettes with the extra stitches.


The cassettes have a little tab you pull on which folds flat afterwards.
Disconnect from the power.
Open the cassette cover on the right side with a coin or with a screwdriver. Free the opening to the cassette housing by moving the slide downwards for inserting the upper cassette and upwards for inserting the lower cassette. (to insert, fit the cassette gently and firmly into its housing and fold the tab flat.) You will need to reverse to remove them. I've got a feeling they can get pretty firm when they have been in there for years, most people would add the extra cassettes and never remove them.
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Aug 15, 2015 | Elna Sewing Machines

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Tape cassette player doesn't play cassettes


Sounds like the little rubber band that drives the pinch roller has broken and/or jumped off its pulleys. Simple fix, but you will have to take it out and take the upper cover off to get to it.

Sep 13, 2013 | Volvo S80 Cars & Trucks

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It sounds like it is cleaning but red and Yellow will not clean clean. New ink cassettes inserted.


The cleaning process will need to be preformed a couple of times
expecially if there is are in the tubes between the tanks and the print head

Feb 14, 2011 | Brother DCP 115C All-In-One InkJet Printer

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My heads on the xm1 seem to be dirty, ive used a sony cleaning tape, it only makes a difference for an hr or two taping, any sugestions


Hi there,

Firstly, I must explain how the MiniDV system works:

Although this may sound illogical, MiniDV camcorder heads do actually use a type of lubrication cassette system and there are 2 types:

- DRY lubrication (Canon, Panasonic, JVC etc)
- WET lubrication (Sony)

Now, if you haven't noticed already from the above 2 types, you are in fact using the WRONG type of cassette on your camcorder.

Although Sony cassettes are often readily available (and often perceived to be the best quality), by using Sony cassettes on a Canon camcorder (or Pana, JVC for that matter), you are in fact causing premature wear on the heads. So, the condition you are describing as 'dirty' heads, is in fact caused by the use of the wrong (wet type) cassettes on your DRY type camcorder.

Using "WET" type cassettes on a DRY system camcorder, can often leave residue on your heads, or worse....cause wear. The same principle applies to Sony camcorders - use only Sony 'WET' type cassettes, not Dry cassettes.

This also applies when using HEAD CLEANER cassettes - as indicated, you have used a Sony Head Cleaner cassette (this is a WET type cassette), when in fact, you should be using a DRY HEAD CLEANER cassette (Pana, Canon etc).

CAUTION: when using a head cleaner cassette, only playback the cassette for no more than 6 sec's at a time (anymore will damage the heads).

Summary:

For your Canon camcorder, use only DRY MiniDV cassettes (Pana offer cassettes from Studio, Professional to Master Quality), including DRY Head Cleaner cassette. This should improve the playback quality from your camcorder.

Mar 25, 2010 | Canon XM1 Mini DV Digital Camcorder

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Durabrand Tape/CD Player twists up all cassettes inserted


We have two of these with the same problem. The belt that drives the pick up reels is broken. We are trying to find a place to purchase new ones.

Mar 26, 2009 | Durabrand CD Player with Cassette...

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Husqvarna Prisma 980 decorative stitch cassettes don't work


Hi,
On that machine, the cassettes aren't actually computer chips. Each cassette has a little spot of white on a certain little area you must find (top right I'm pretty sure). Look in the machine at that point. There is a sensor that looks for that white spot, and as it identifies it, it changes stitches according to that cassette. Either the sensor is blocked, gone bad, or you can put a fresh coat of white paint on with white out. I hope this helps.
Kent

Mar 23, 2009 | Husqvarna Viking 1

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Hitachi Camcorder VM E220A - After load cassette "TAPE" error


There is a mode switch within the deck assembly that is probably dirty but not cleanable. I haven't repaired one of those for some years and am sure spares are no longer available for it. The 58 is V8 format and should be OK but may show similar symptoms due to age, in the future.

May 24, 2017 | Hitachi i.mega HDC-401 Digital Camera

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