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Canon mvx200 continually tells me to eject tape and automatic ejection sticking

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  • TheRickster Mar 02, 2008

    My Canon won't load a tape. It closes automatically when there is no tape present though. 

  • kennethschou Oct 11, 2008

    I can't load tape either. I have found out that it might be some thng with the capstan - but I can't fint anything from there. The camcorder is 3 yrs old so I hope i don't have to buy a new one...

    /Kenneth - Denmark

  • Anonymous Apr 23, 2009

    My canon MVX200i does the same thing

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