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E06 SAFE GAURD MODE

I CANT GET THE TAPE OR D0 ANYTHING WITH THIS CAMERA. HOW DO I FIX IT. I POPPED TAPE OUT ONE TIME PUT A DIFFRENT ONE IN AND DID THE SAME THING. After filming a long program (3 Cassettes the camera will not accept these cassettes. At first the carriage would retract and immediately the display would signal eject. Now it will not retract at all with a cassette in place. With no cassette it works normally.

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Have you tried cleaning the camera with a cleaning cassette.

You can buy one wherever they sell cameras and you just run it in the machine once or twice and it should start working.

Please let me know if you need any additional help

Thank you for using Fixya and Good luck

Posted on Apr 15, 2008

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