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Sony Model DCR-TRV350 Tape stuck in camera.

I have a sony DCR-TRV350 Two days ago the tape got stuck in the camera and wont eject out of the camera. What do you think. Its about 7 years old and has worked great up to this point

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    Tried taking out the battery i get c3130



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Take out the battery, put it back, turn it on and you take the tape out of the camera. hope this helped you. have a great day.

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there is a risk of hardware damage.make sure you dont force the tape into the cassette compartment to avoid damage to the unit or tape.here's what you can do.
1.remove the tape from the compartment.
2.ensure proper type and size of tape is used.
3.ensure no packaging material or foreign material inside the compartment.
4.if attempting to record, make sure cassette tape rec/save switch is set to rec position.
5.reinsert the tape, make sure it's properly inserted.
6.if still won't close or tape ejected again,remove tape.
7.reinsert a diff tape.
8.attempt to close compartment.
9.if issue unresolved, press the tiny reset button while cam is powered on (located in the panel where the lcd screen goes to,just below all the other buttons). you may also do a power reset procedure: remove batt, remove ac adaptor,set power switch to vcr, leave the cam without power for at least a minute, switch power back to off, reinsert ac adaptor/batt and turn cam on, attempt to close tape compartment.

if issue persists, service would be needed. hope this helps.thanks:)

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I have a tape in my Sony dcr-trv 350. It will not eject out for me. Door will open but tape will not come out. I can still record on my tape. How can I get this tape out? I don't want to loose what I have...


the camera has been dropped
or pressed by a heavy object or person

open the door
put down on the tape
move back and forth with significant pressure
caring not to destroy the eject lock mechanism
do it several times

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Hi Jeany,
Please see the detail below for the said error codes C31:23 & C31:22

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According to the symptom and self diagnostic system the problem is in mechanical section (tape loading section) Therefore camera just need mechanical adjustment and will work fine again. This problem aries when the insertion of the cassette is improper or forced insertion.
Thanks for using fixya.

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push the reset button. i had the same problem and was about to return the camera but then i remembered, you cant return items on the black market. so i pushe reset button.

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