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I have a canon zr 100 camcorder. the problem i am having is that it keeps ejecting a cassette when i am trying to load a cassette.it will close without a cassette in the compartment.please let me know what the solution is . thank you

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Usually caused by a nearly dead battery or a bad cassette. However...before proceeding, make sure there are no foreign objects, such as filament paper that cassettes are wrapped, in cassette slot.
1) make sure battery is fully charged
2) try using a new cassette

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