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Sony Handicam High 8 Problem

I get an error code on the viewfinder that states that I have moisture in the camera. Now I have left the camera open and the problem still persists. In addition the tape will not eject unless i have a full battery charge. If i Loose a liitle bit of battery life, the tape will not eject. this problem still continues with the camera plugged in. All the meanwhile the moisture code comes up the whole time. I have left the camera in the hopes that it will erase the code when the battery life runs out. Still to no avail. Besides throwing it up against the concrete and using the remains for "fire wood" what are my options to this point? Also if I want to record using my memory stick, I can still do that. it just the tape issue that has become a "problem".

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Use hair-drayer and blow hot air in cassette mechanism to remove the moisture. please dont blow at long time period and deattch battery while blowing it.

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