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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: JVC Error Code 02 Safeguard Mode
Brendon, The supply side tape guide can jump out of its track and cause the mechanism to lock up. The load motor is trying to load the tape but cannot, so the load motor driver "times out" and displays the E02 error you're seeing. If you can get to it, try reseating the guide into its track, be careful not to scratch or touch the drum assy located right near the guide track. Good Luck, I hope you can resolve the problem. Joe Weibel customelectronics.org
Posted on Feb 25, 2007
You were in the right place going at it from the front. After removing the grill the bottom edge of the screen has a series of screws holding the lower edging down. Remove the screws and gently but firmly work the sides of the screen frame up to unlatch the top. When you have the screen/frame in your hand just be careful not to go to far with it - wires attaching the panel controls are still attached and don't have a lot of extra length.
Clean the cans, mirror and reverse area of the lenticular screen and re-assemble.
Posted on Mar 13, 2008
SOURCE: I have a Sony Handycam
, giveit a bash canmake it work. Not too hard, just a few sharp smacks on the side.
It's something in the cassette carrier mechanism.
it could be the memory stick. you have to remove it, then, again place it properly it may work check it out.
The error message is related to one of the reels,
the black rubber one .
open up the cassette compartment, and the black rubber thing
comes out .... you put it back and cam would work again,
The reason for the alarm is because the "s-reel" is not fit in
same location. There must be a "locker" for it, put on top of
the pin, which apparently have fallen off my cam.
you can use the bis pen .you break the BIC pen, and the ink-pipe had exactly
the same dimension as the silver pin (approx 1.5 mills)
you cut it to a good length (not sticking out), put the black reel
in place again, and the BIC-pipe as a "new" lock on the pin.
Posted on Aug 11, 2008
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