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are a repair shop that specializes in only Sony and Canon Prosumer camcorders.
The problem that you are experiencing with your Sony VX2100
is a problem with the mechanically assembly. This is not a cleaning problem.
There is a part or possibly parts that need to be replaced. The average repair
cost for this repair is usually between $250 and $450 parts and labor. This
also includes cleaning and servicing.
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I do not have experience with that particular error code. But I can tell you that I was able to eject the cassette in my DCR-30 by leaving it unplugged and leaving the battery disconnected for a few days. When I reconnected the power supply after that, the cassette loading system reacted by operating normally again.
My MV830 would load without a cassette; but freeze, beep 3 times and eject if a cassette was inserted. I read the following thread with a great deal of scepticism and concern that I would damage my MV830 camcorder even more; but what did I have to lose? I loaded the compartment without a cassette, hit it firmly 3 times on the tape loading side and the issue was gone. It now works perfectly! Technology is fantastic... http://www.fixya.com/support/t238707-will_not_load_tape
my opinion ,that it look like a defective cass in switch
or a mechanism alignement defective ,because the servo control chips do not receive the mechanism pulse
information to start the loading cassette process....
it something there....
Hi, The error C 32:11 denotes for mechanical unsuitability, This problem appears when the improper insertion of the cassette been done, or lose cassette tape stuck, In all these situations mechanical adjustment is required, You are suggested to please contact any expert for the mechanical adjustment. Hope you will understand my sayings. Thanks for using fixya.
If you open the eject thingy like normal then look for a small white plastic tap. its located right underneath the "start/stop" text you see on the back end of the camera (where the record-button is). You´ll need something like a small screwdriver or similar. Press it and and the tape ejects like normal. Worked for me. Saved me the repair bill :)
I had a similar issue where the tape bay would not lock in and engage the motor mechanism to load the tape. I removed the battery from the unit and let it stand for approximately a minute then reinserted the battery. The tape drawer closed first without a tape then reopened with no issue. I then inserted a new tape with no issue. I guess it needed a hard reboot.
Take the battery out and turn selection switch to camera and then turn it off. Put the battery back in and its working again.
if that doesn't work try
Try smacking the side of the camera relatively hard with the palm of your hand. Eject the tape and reinsert. You may need to do this a couple of times.