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I accidentally dropped my Canon ZR850 video camera and now when I turn it on it says to remove the tape. When I try to do that, though, the camera is unable to eject the tape. Is there a way to fix this?

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It is ver difficult to tell what has went wrong in the camera but without seeing ..... i think you should take it to a tech.

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