Question about The Video Cameras
Check for debris in the aperture. Check for anything sticking onto the cassette. Has anything fallen inside, any fluff, paper? Anything hanging off, any screws or fixtures loose?
Posted on May 19, 2019
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Loading unit problem is a common mechanical problem in camcorders. To remedy the problem, trained tech need to disassemble the mechanical system around the loading and replace few broken gears (plastics) and adjust it. Repair cost may run close to half of the new camcorder. If you really got to repair this camera for some sentimental reason or for special needs otherwise better to invest the repair charge into a new camcorder.
Posted on Mar 17, 2007
SOURCE: Cassette Recorder play problem
Belts are prone to harden over time,the belt will be broken so replace it.. Also as you say the unit does turn off which is the problem of Take-up reel sensor ..Try to Take to any Service person and replace it,your player will be back in condition..Thank you..
Posted on Jul 24, 2008
Two things to this problem.
1. Clean your drivetrain REALLY, REALLY thoroughly with a good degreaser and a bristled brush. All of it. Clean the derailleurs, the chain, the cables. Once it is all cleaned up and dried off, lubricate the chain and the cables ONLY.
2. Shift your bike into the highest gear and release the cable. Pull it taut and re-tighten it. Flip it over and shift into your middle cassette cog while cranking the pedals. Use the barrel adjuster on your rear shifter to get the jockey wheel on the cassette aligned over the correct cog.
This was an abridged guide to rear derailleur adjustment because it sounds like it was more grunge in the cable or derailleur than anything else, but i'll check back and if this solution doesn't work out, i'll give you tips on a far more thorough overhaul. Just remember a clean drivetrain is a functional drivetrain, and the cables and chain are the only thing you are supposed to lube.
Hope this helps,
Posted on Sep 16, 2009
I am having this same problem and I did a test. There appears to be some type of light sensor that fits in the tape when you try to close it. When there is no tape the loading mechanisim will work. If you put in a tape it covers the sensor and will reject the tape. I used a clear straw and covered the sensor and it closed. I then blocked the ligh from coming in the straw and covered the sensor and it ejected the same as having the tape in. Does anyone know where I get get this part?
Posted on Feb 06, 2010
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