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hi i format my handycam hdr-xr150e(sony) hdd then i see e:31:00 then i insert memory stick and do wht you help(1- Place the memory stick 2- Go to "Home" -> "Manage Media" (or something like that) -> And select the option to change to the memory stick, instead of HD.) now i can record but in top of screen the e:31:00 not removed
It will tell you to remove and reinstall the ink cassette. Try this and make sure you install correctly as per instructions on page 11 of the User Guide.
If this does not resolve the problem, do a complete power down of the printer. Turn off and unplug from the power supply. Lets rest fro a few minutes and then plug back in to the power supply and if necessary turn on power. This should allow your printer to reset and hopefully recognize that a new ink cassette has been installed.
Tape mechanism problems can be quite complicated but theycan usually be repaired fairly inexpensively. However, it's not a user serviceable problem and will need to be diagnosed by a qualified service technician.
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Your continual use of multiple full stops makes it difficult to comprehend your query - as I understand it, you have broken your camcorder. Your choices are to get it repaired or to replace it. BTW, demanding help 'immediately' is both impolite and uncouth - we deserve to be treated with respect.
Me also getting the same problem.. but some times it is getting okk... what i m doing is, put the casset while pushing the cassete hold little bit down.. i think it is due to the improper position of the cassete holder...
This is a tape transport problem and is expensive to fix. Unless you know a cheap tech, it's time for a new one. Be patient loading and unloading tapes. This is usually what causes this problem. The Yellow warning sticker is REALLY important. Another important item is to always use the same brand of tape because switching tapes causes a gummy build-up the makes tapes get caught in the machine. Videoteacher