Question about Sony Handycam DCR-TRV140E Digital Camcorder
The camera was dropped while holding it (30 inches). It appears ok, but when I turned it on, it made a rapid beeping sound and flashed code C:32:10. I turned it off. I tried to eject the tape but it wouldn't eject. No motor sounds. I removed the and re-connected the battery, and it made rumbling sounds from beneath where the tape is. That stopped, and nothing happened. When I turned it off and on again, I received code C:32:11. Repeating on/off, or battery removal causes the same responses noted above. I can't get the tape to eject and don't want to break it. Am hoping there is a user fix. Any suggestions are appreciated.
For no reason my tape won't eject anymore, I hear no motor trying either, it is as though the eject motor is dead. I tried every suggestions in the book: remove batteries, reset button etc... nothing works.
I keep getting error code C:32:11.
I took the camera covers off to see if I could get the tape out, man these cameras are well built, no way in.
Remove the battery. Re-attach the battery, and power up the camera. Should retutrn to normal.
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