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Error 20-911 and yhe casette is half inside - Sony DSR-80 DV/Mini DV VCR

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    Hello !
    Thanks for your advicde.
    The port. cover or dorr ....whereyou insert the tape and then showing the yellow part that the casette is inside is holding the casette so fixed and do not move anywhere.... I hope you understand what I mean.

    regards

    Olle


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Hi, i have a error code 20-911 on my sony pdw1500, how can i solve it ?

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This is the emergency eject / error code 20-911, the manual has this method to solve the issue and have it manually eject

pressing 3 or 4 keys simultaneously; and "left arrow + menu" to get a maintenance menu, then "service", then "manual eject"

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Hi,

This Error refers to Tape Jam.Just take off the top of the deck, unscrew additional screws if necessary, then take the tape out. Try not to break anything.

Once done, it would fix the issue.

Let me know, if needed further assistance.

Hope i helped you.

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