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I try to operate my Sanyo VM-EX30P camcorder, but despite connecting it by battery or by mains lead it will not work. any suggestions?

Looking down the eyepiece, when I slide the power switch to player, it doesn't light up and I can't eject the cassette tape in the camcorder.

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Battery probably needs replacing.

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SOURCE: removing dv cassettes manually

open the unit and look for a small motor that ejects the tape through a series of mechanical gears, slides and hinges. Now turn this motor by hand.

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SOURCE: Canon zr300 ejects tapes

There is a fix for this which was posted for either the ZR 200 or 400. They call it the "Fonzie" fix. Just hit the camcorder with your fist on the side where the tape goes in (with the door closed). Hit it lightly once, try inserting the tape. Repeat this process with increasing force each time until this works.

Surprisingly, this worked for me. Obviously, there must be something loose for this type of solution to work. I actually had it working once, then it acted up again. I tried the same solution and it's working again. No problems for several days now.

Posted on Mar 24, 2008

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SOURCE: cassette player

the tape is very tight
get a pen and try to loosen up the tape
100 % is the tape not the radio

Posted on May 16, 2008

SOURCE: Cannon MD101 Wont eject Tape /No Power

same problem :(

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SOURCE: i have a tape stuck in my sony tc we645s cassette deck

try factory restore settings

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