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DV Deck not loading tapes...wtf

Im having some trouble with my Panasonic ag-DV2000 it loads mini dv but wont take dv tapes any longer since i started my position at work this dv deck always needed a little help getting the dv tapes loaded via a little thumb push.. the dv deck sat over the summer and now wont even pull the film out of the cassette and on the monitor it says that i have put in the wrong tape WTF! lol PLEASE HELP ME

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Most likely problem is a defective cassette housing. good service tech should be able to handle this with no problem.

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