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Rewinds unexpectedly during capture

When I am capturing certain tapes to Premiere Pro CS, the screen goes grey then the tape rewinds itself. It doesn't happen in the same place every time and in addition the deck is allowing me to control it through Premiere when its' controls are set to "Local". Is this a common fault?

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Try using a raw unused tape and see if the same problem occurs. the problem could be with the time code already recorded on the tape

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Pete, we are having the same problem with 2 dsr-11s.

The fix for us was the "auto repeat" switch on the back of the unit. It was "on" please turn it off.

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