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Yes, I have a old video camera recorder of sony and the model is CCD-V8AF-E. The video cassette has been pushed down hard and is jammed and the tape doesn't pop up when I hold the eject button down, I've tried tapping the sides but nothing seems to work, how can I get the tape cassette to pop up?

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