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Player - rewind malfunction

When pressing the rewind button to rewind tape it runs for about 5-10 seconds and stops. Unable to rewind tape back to the beginning?

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  • Mikecam Sep 24, 2007

    Any suggestions on the problem with my Handycam and how to fix it would be appreciated.

  • Mikecam Sep 24, 2007

    Any suggestions or the problem and solution to fix my Handycam would be great;y appreciated.

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I have a trv-58 with the same problem. One way is to press play and rewind while in play mode.Getting back to the first of the tape is a chore.

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