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Either the dew sensor is defective or there is some condensation inside the unit. Try opening up the unit and pointing a hair dryer at it from about 12" away (enough to blow warm air inside the unit, not hot air). Let that run for about 10-15 minutes and try the unit again. If it continues to fail, than the dew sensor needs to be replaced. This repair shoold be done by a repair shop as cameras are not the easiest to work on.
your dew sensor on the cylinder drum is bad. If you cant get it replace simply have someone unsolder a wire from it BUT it then wouldnt pause or stop if it got too damp inside the mechanism and it would ruin your tape and maybe the mechanism. Good luck