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Canon zr300 ejects tapes

My canon zr300 mini dv camcorder keeps ejecting tapes, can't get a tape in to record or anything I have the same problem. Any solution out there?

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If warranty has not expired take it to an authorized service shop. It needs special tools and experience to dismantle and inspect belts or gears condition by yourself.

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Hmmm...the only reason that usually happens is when the tape is messed up internally, or there is something stuck in amongst the head

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