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Re: rca cc9373 mini dv camera
Without seeing the camera itself, it is difficult to make a recommendation. I would suggest that you invest in a detailed repair estimate from an authorized service center. Report the results here, and we can provide you with guidance.
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I have successfully recorded to a mini Dv tape from my computer however I connected my PC to the VX2100 using the RCA inputs. I have an adapter that I purchased from best buy that provides the RCA input/output. If your able to connect that make sure to...
1. Turn you VX2100 to Play/Edit mode (not camera mode)
2. Insure the program on your mac has an external output otherwise you won't be able to record.
3. See if your video editing software (if your using one) has an option for record to tape or to camera. I use Vegas Studio and it has an option for that.
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.
Mini dv is a digital recording and VHS is analogue so they are incompatible. Does your camera have an analogue output? That is a lead that ends with something like RCA plugs or a Scart plug. Then you can feed the signal into a VHS recorder.
After reading some posts elsewhere, I had one thing work. If you thump the camera on the side outside of the tape itself, it will stop the error message. There is the chance that doing this too many times will render it useless, but for a quick fix I found it worked.
the video head of your camera is dirty or need for replacement...but first clean the head using a blank new tape,don't use a cleaning cassette cause is too rough for the head just think using a sandpaper to the head what would happen it ruin the head...just forward the whole tape then play the recorded tape...5 times as it needed...if nothing change then it time replace the video head....
For Models: CC6384, CC6394, CC9373.
Check to see if DSC is selected. If so, you won't be able to play a tape. Press REFRESH for about one second to select VIDEO. On the CC9373, make sure the DSC/VIDEO switch is set to VIDEO.