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When turning on to vcr or camera, camera beeps repeatly

Yellow arrow flashed on screen numbers c 31;23 flash aswell wont fast forward ,play or reverse

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Sounds like the camera ATE THE TAPE will not eject,fastforward, or rewind.. This will need to be repaired , worse case a belt slipped or something got misalligned inside, I would recommend a camera shop so you can save the tape otherwise digging into this yourself could stirr up more issues in the long run. Please do be considerate of facts here that we cannot see your unit and this error is because the tape got ATE or something got jammed.

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Posted on May 29, 2010

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