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If any of your electronics system not using for long period, remember this things( detach the battery or power source , take out cassette or memory card, if the unit use in built chargeable battery, charge it occasionally.
just connect to the power, you don"t power on your camera, the charging light will flicker then push the eject button, remember do not on the power of your cam, hop that this will solve your problem.
Try removing the battery and charging it. Then put the battery back on the camera. This will reset the cassette system. The cassette should open or close depending upon what status it is in. Once you get the camera to eject fully, clean your heads with a dry head cleaner cassette for Hi8 video. If your camera is still eating tape, could be a broken pin or damaged heads.
This has happened to me many times. The disk has an error (they alway do).
1: Turn it off. 2: Attatch power connection. 3: Hold down eject button. 4: It should say: "DISK ACCESS" 5: It may take a long time, but put it down in this state and leave it for as long as it may take. 6: Later on, it will eject the disk. 7: Discard of this disk, it's nothing but trouble.
I believe your problem is in the drum motor assembly part No is AD97-10579A. Samsung they know that problem it require a Technician to replace this part because you must adjust electronic and sometime mechnism as well. Depend which country you are it might cover under warranty even your CAM is out of warranty just check with Samsung in your area
Sony replaced the flexible board cables (FP-621 and FP-610) on my uncles camera. About 8 months after the repair the camera screen doesn't always turn on. I can get it ti turn on if the lcd is rotated towards the person being recorded. I think it might be a problem with a switch on one of those flexible cables.
Take the battery out and turn selection switch to camera and then turn it off. Put the battery back in and its working again.
if that doesn't work try
Try smacking the side of the camera relatively hard with the palm of your hand. Eject the tape and reinsert. You may need to do this a couple of times. good luck
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