Question about RCA CC6373 Camcorder
Safe mode will start when a fault gets detected by camcorder control board.
If there is no fault, and the safe mode was triggered because of a temporary problem, then the camcorder will reset simply by removing battery for one minute.
If the Safe mode does not clear after removing and putting back the battery, and you get an error code, then there is an internal fault.
In your case E02 is traction error. This often happens because of mechanical problems in the tape player/recorder drive unit inside the camcorder.
You can try tapping the side of the camcorder with you hand, with the tape inside. Try also playing with Play, Rew. and FF. buttons, in some case that will unlock an E02 error.
If that does not happen, then there is a mechanical failure. In that case the camcorder must be taken apart and repaired by a technician.
Posted on Nov 22, 2009
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