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Sounds like the main circuit board has gone bad. Probably not worth fixing, better to just get a new one. To get the tape out, you will find screws on the sides, back, and/or bottom (phillip heads). Take those out, and the outer top cover will come off and then you should see the tape (make sure it is unplugged during this process). You should be able to manually push the tape back out. If the tape film is wound out, carefully, move the levers and mechanisms that have it being held out, they should move back towards the tape and it should move out. If you have any trouble with this, please post some pictures with the cover off and I can direct you specifically where needed.
Posted on Jul 14, 2009
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