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Stops filming always after 18 seconds

Hello!! I need urgent help! So we are working with a Canon 814 Auto Zoom 814, it was working just fine. But now we cannot shoot more than 18 seconds without the camera to stop. It always stops after 18 seconds. We already changed the batteries and the film. But we still have the same problem. Anyone experienced the same? Or has any idea what can it be?

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