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Will not close while tape is in ejecter,alarm beeps and screen says (remove cassete), but will however close without tape??? canon mv830i digital camcorder...

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Several things could be happening...the tape is backwards, upside down, inverted or just wrong type since it closes without it. Next check to see on the inside if something is jamming the tape. While it closes without a tape there could be something that jams when a tape is inserted.

Posted on May 10, 2008

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