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Won't accept minidv tapes

Keeps giving a 'remove the cassette' message. have shut down and reloaded, as well as trying new tapes, etc. owner's manual has no solutions. used only as a deck, for less than 30 hours.

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That happened to mine. I had to take the camera back to bestbuy where I bought it and get it fixed. I forget what was wrong with it. Something on the inside got screwed up. I think it was called dubbler or something like that.

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