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Removable Media Troubleshooting

5GB 4 mm DDS-1
4-8GB 4 mm DDS-2
20-40GB 4 mm DDS-4
Quantum DLT 4700

5GB 4 mm DDS-1

Archive 4324RP Manual Tape Ejection

  1. Remove the left and right Mounting Brackets.
  2. Remove the Top Cover.
  3. Remove the Front Bezel leaving the wire harness attached.
  4. Remove the Shield that covers the Mode Motor Shaft.
  5. Turn the Mode Motor Shaft counterclockwise until the posts retract into the cassette and the Mode Motor Shaft stops.
  6. Push the Front Roller in and turn it counterclockwise until the tape is wound onto the supply reel and the Front Roller stops.
  7. Rotate the Rear Cassette Gear counterclockwise until the cassette ejects.


4-8GB 4 mm DDS-2

Conner CTD8000 Manual Tape Ejection

  1. Insert a small flat blade screwdriver in the hole on the right side of the chassis and engage the Mode Motor Shaft.
  2. Turn the Mode Motor Shaft clockwise until the cassette rises and then protrudes from the slot.

Caution

Do NOT turn the Mode Motor Shaft counterclockwise. Turning the shaft counterclockwise may damage the mode gear.

20-40GB 4 mm DDS-4

HP C5683-00625 Manual Tape Ejection

  1. Insert a screwdriver in the hole on the right side of the chassis and engage the Motor Shaft. Use a <=2 mm wide screwdriver bit with a <=3 mm diameter shaft >=30 mm long.
  2. Turn the Motor Shaft counterclockwise until the cassette rises and then protrudes from the slot.


Quantum DLT 4700

Manual Magazine Ejection

  1. Remove the top cover.
  2. Depress the roller located 16 cm from the rear on the top left side.
  3. Slide the drive forward approximately 22 cm.
  4. Press in on the top of the front door to release tension.
  5. Push the Release Lever on the right side 2-3 mm towards the rear.
  6. Release the front door and remove the Magazine.

Cautions

  1. Do NOT turn the Aluminum Shaft.
  2. Pliers and similar tools will damage the soft metal Aluminum Shaft.
  3. Over rotation of the Aluminum Shaft may cause the Front Door locking clips to spring off the shaft.

Right Side of DLT4700 Receiver


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