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the "dv sensor"is actually a mechanical lever built into the cassette
housing that moves the reel tables to match the reel spacing on mini or
full-size DV tapes. check to see if this assembly is free to move. if
it binds up, the reel tables may not move as far as they need to, and
can cause problems similar to the one you're seeing. to inspect the
mechanism, you need to remove the cassette housing. if you don't have a
service manual, get a tech to help -- it's a delicate procedure for the
There should be in the same auto channel setup, a ferature to add or delete channels. Its in the owners manual I cant find your model but one close to it is here http://sanyoservice.com/pdf/images/FVH-T690(OM5310203-00_12).pdf Good Luck