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My DRR-M30 Cassette Player has started to reject tapes when loading. I have used a dry head cleaner tape and a demagnetiser to no avail. Do you know why ? Regards, Alan Morgan

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  • alamo18 Sep 18, 2008

    I should imagine the belt would be relevant to a speed problem.

    Thanks anyway

    alan

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Http://www.fixya.com/support/t12006246-ive_got_denon_drr_m30_keeps_poping_back
The solution above from AlecBrown133 above fixed the same problem for me. The only comment that I would add is that the same repair can be done with a normal rubber band. I used one to fix the same issue with my Denon drr-m30 and it is significantly cheaper than the 10 pound option.

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If the casete player got some belt change him

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