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I have a panasonic mini dv video recorder. After

I have a panasonic mini dv video recorder. After the opening the tape compartment, the tape will not eject or come out. It seems to be stuck to the bottom of the compartment.

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Close the tape compartment take the batery of press the power button on and holding the power press put the batery back and wait let me know

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I have a panasonic mini dv video recorder.
After I closed(not closed properly) the Compartment got opened and it went down. the slot is open but in a wrong way but as it went down i can not insert type now. if it some way the type compartment come up it will resolve my problem.
I tried reset button removed battery and kept it again. no use can some one please help me.

Posted on Jan 06, 2010

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