The camera was dropped while holding it (30 inches). It appears ok, but when I turned it on, it made a rapid beeping sound and flashed code C:32:10. I turned it off. I tried to eject the tape but it wouldn't eject. No motor sounds. I removed the and re-connected the battery, and it made rumbling sounds from beneath where the tape is. That stopped, and nothing happened. When I turned it off and on again, I received code C:32:11. Repeating on/off, or battery removal causes the same responses noted above. I can't get the tape to eject and don't want to break it. Am hoping there is a user fix. Any suggestions are appreciated.
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Beeping and error code flashing shows that camcorder got some problem and usually its tape mechanism that needs qualified tech to check and fix. Mostly its take-up reel section problems. Local camera tech will fix it. Thanks.
the capstan motor is the problem of your camera...that why c31:30 is appearing..there are 3 possible problem of the capstan motor...1 if the motor running too fast the sensor of the capstan is busted...2 may be the capstan is stuck up and there an object that clog to the motor ....3 may be be there no supply voltage to the capstan,poor connection to the main board socket...adjust the contact of the socket...it is need to disassemble the camera for doing this...if you are not a technician please don't try to fix your camera...i suggest you better go the qualified service center for fixing your camera...