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Canon GL1 message to eject tape... I want to transfer it to puter. any suggestions?

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Canon GL1 was working fine last night,now it want do ANYTHING today,want power up or anything,want even eject tape when I push eject button. Any suggestions?

Posted on Mar 26, 2011

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