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Unable to pla or record on cam.

When i insert the tape i'm asked to reinsert the tape again.i've tried to use the cleaning tape but have the same problem .everthing else still works on the cam please help.

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It could be wrong type of tape some devices required a certain tape
also there is that posibility that your cam is in need of maintenance and cleaning as a normal routine in cams life like a car

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