This is a common problem. The code indicates that the sensor for the supply reel has indicated lack of motion. If you have a cleaning tape, try it first because if the head drum hesitates, reel error codes often appear. If this doesn't help you are in for a service situation. There are other electronic failures that can cause false codes and operations in many cases. These usually involve cable connection failure. You still need a qualified servicer.
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-make sure that your tape is clean and dry -clean the tape head inside the tape deck if you have a video head tape cleaner *tape head: the one that reads the tape inside the camcorder.its the metal thing at the bottom inside the tape deck. -or you can use a soft and dry Q-tip to clean it(dont use any liquid cleaners) *or if confused where the tape head is....just clean all metal parts inside the tape deck and make sure you do it lightly with a soft dry Q-tip.
This is a common failure in this model and unfortunately will not be resolved without a qualified servicer. The error code indicates a message for lack of reel motion. Most often it is an electronic connection problem and not an actual reel problem.
( c : cassette : 30 capstan fg ) ; your capstan
motor is stalling - try ( other brand ) new
tapes and gently ! swaying camera from side
while loading - if loads , your tape mechanism
is dirty or is going out of alignment ;
if the camera will not unload tape ? the
capstan motor may be failing ( connector is
loose , corroded ) or - it is jammed and it
needs . . . disassembly . . . to complete