Question about RCA PROV801C Camcorder
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: RCA PRO854 camcorder
maybe I would buy your camera,
yes as far as I know hi8 and 8mm are completely different cameras,
where are you and how much for the camera?
Posted on Oct 15, 2007
SOURCE: Canon zr300 ejects tapes
The solution for this required sending it to Canon factory service. I was very reluctant to do this because I've heard horror stories about Canon service, but I was actually pleasantly surprised. The total cost was only about $65 and the shipping and service turn around time was amazingly fast. I was expecting weeks to go by. If memory serves me right I shipped it and received it back in less than 2 weeks.
This is a known problem with Canon and would be covered under warranty if your time hasn't run out.
Posted on Sep 25, 2008
What you need is a VHS C adaptor. I did a Google search and found at least 10 sites selling them. Rather than cut and paste, I suggest you go to Google and type in "VHS C Adaptor".
Posted on Oct 29, 2008
Usually this occurs when the door latch release mechanism is broken. This mechanism is located on the basket where you push the tape in and it's job is to open the tape "door" on the cassette that you insert. Unfortunately, the only fix for this is to replace the cassette basket. I know your camcorder is actually made by JVC, but I don't have access to a manual so I can't supply a part number for you.
Posted on Nov 07, 2008
our MV800 was doing the the same so i "accidentally" dropped it (i got a bit frustrated and it was out of warranty) and now it works fine. please note it dropped about half a meter on carpeted floor while it was off.
Hope this helps
Posted on Dec 18, 2008
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It sounds like one of my older, been-in-storage for awhile, camcorders. When they sit for without being used fairly regularly, there is often a bit of dampness that settles into the camera. If left in a warm room, this may help dry it up and allow the open/eject function to work. To help it get un-stuck, you could gently press inward on the door (do not pry outward) and try to loosen it up. It may take a few times with this process to allow the door to jar loose.
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