i try to put it on the mini dv cassete, but the camera dont open the cassete compartment , and show and error that says "unit in safe mode, remove and reatach the battery, 02". I do that but still with the same error.
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Here is the url for the Samsung support site for the camera picture on this problem.
You'll find user manuals you can download there.
I got the solution from your net only.Thanks it is wotking presently.you have to do simply take out the cassete and keepp the cassete door open.And then take both the battery out i,e one main battery and another small battery and leave camera in this psoition for two hrs and tehn place back battery in its position and then load cassete .It will work.I have tested it.Thanks a lot.
I tried every method I could find from people posting on the web, but the method that worked for me is this.
1. Eject the tape and close the tape holder.
2. Turn the camera off and remove the battery.
3. Put the battery back in. Leave the camera off.
4. Open the tape holder.
5. Slide the tape in, but as you press the holder in to accept the tape, keep your finger pressing in on the holder, being careful not to slow the tape holder from moving downward.
6. Turn the camera on.
7. If it doesn't work the first time, press more firmly to help the tape holder accept the tape.
That's it. This method seems to work for me and lets me use the camera for a long while. If the camera is sitting unused for more than a few hours, I have to do it again. And each time I insert a tape, I make sure that I keep pressing as the tape holder lowers the tape.
This is a tape transport problem and is expensive to fix. Unless you know a cheap tech, it's time for a new one. Be patient loading and unloading tapes. This is usually what causes this problem. The Yellow warning sticker is REALLY important. Another important item is to always use the same brand of tape because switching tapes causes a gummy build-up the makes tapes get caught in the machine. Videoteacher
I have a Canon ZR 10 And it does say remove cassette often and recently it eat the tape and destroyed our recordings. Does this have something to do was the round small battery in the front part of the camcorder?
Is this a consumer complaint I feel uncomfortable because we have alot of Cassettes recorded and we are afraid to play them because it might chew them up. There is a mini cassette player that can play the cassetes ????