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Camcorder Did you ever find out why the camcorder was eating your tapes. I have the same problem you did.

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  • Anonymous May 17, 2008

    Me too, HELP!

  • Anonymous Jul 13, 2008

    the technician replace the belt and the problem disapeared , but after 2 month it happened again, i need to know how to change it

  • garry537 Sep 02, 2008

    small roller inside camcorder is brokeon leftside can it be fixed? and how much.

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MY CC6374 IS BRKE ONE OF THE ROLLARS (THE LITTLE BLACK ONE ON THE LEFT SIDE WHERE DO I GET IT FIXED?

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