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Playback & Ejection Problem

I have a fully recorded tape that I won't playback. When I load the tape the camera (Canon zr25) immediately says EJECT TAPE. It will accept other tapes, and it was playing this tape earlier. Any ideas?...

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    BLUE SCREEN WLILLE I AM PLAYING PREVIOUS RECORDED TAPES

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Hi, You usually get an EJECT TAPE when the camcorder has found an internal problem and either the videocassette or the camera itself has developed a problem. In you case, it looks like you tape has a problem. Daniel

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