Question about JVC Cameras
Remove the Philip head screws from the top, sides and/or back to reveal the innards. You should have enough room to pull back the small tensioner pulley and sort out the tangle. Do not remove or reroute the tape from the heads or it may jam again causing more damage. Now hit eject and try to help the tape out if need be (watch the finger tips) but don't touch the heads at all. Doing so will get dirt and grease on them making your tapes stick more often and others read poorly. You can use 99% USP rubbing alcohol to clean them using either a glasses cloth (has to be microfiber) or q-tips.
Posted on Jul 09, 2008
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