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Tape will not eject servo reaches halfway but sticks XL1s

Tape broke was spliced to recover video but jammed will not eject. any solution?

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Try this...

Hit the eject button. As soon as it makes it half way, take the battery out.
Leave the white cover open, put the battery back in.

This should take the tape cartridge up all the way and eject the tape.

I had the same problem and it ejected the defective tape

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Posted on Dec 02, 2008

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Same problem with mi but with a Canon XL1 and a Canon XL1s...
i read that a lot of people have trouble with this REMOVE CASSETTE or EJECT CASSETTE... it´s a shame for Canon. it´s not one or two models that come with this problem... amateur camcorders and professional all so.
I will NEVER have another Canon... that´s for shor... :(
SHAME ON YOU CANON I AM AVERY POORCAMRAMAN I AM WORKING WEDDING MOVEIMAKING AND MY CANON XL1S DISPLAY THIS PROBLEMS SIR I AM VERY SAD PLEASE HELP ME ...JAVED AKHTER FROM PAKISTAN MY ID javedphoto@yahoo.com.pk

Posted on Sep 09, 2011

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