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My camera eats the tape and says re insert tape

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Hi,
This type of problem occurs due to missing pinch roller in tape mechanism. This is black cylindrical part that put the tape with capstan shaft, it has rubber coating on it.
Open tape compartment and check right side guide, you will see bit thick black pinch roller along with right guide, if its not there, find it inside camcorder by taking it apart and install it.
Thanks.

Posted on May 08, 2010

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