Question about Sony Walkman WM-D6C Personal Cassette Player
Hi, I have just recently found one WM D6C in a pawn shop, hoping to replace my now dead WM-D3. I do not know much of this machine, besides its normal functions (first use and never seen the manual.) The machine of very early revision (1st I think: 87XXX.) The first thing I noticed when I added new batteries is the motor spinning (without anything engaged). I found the Walkman is able to play my IEC 2 tapes well, and all other functions work (pause,dolby, etc) and responsive to ''speed control''. I believe this means the servo circuits are fine?
I noticed when I took it apart to check the rubber belts and flywheel that the motor is purposefully disengaged from the flywheel. So is it possible that the machine was designed to have motor continuously run?
Please tell me if this is normal before I start hunting for schematics and tracing the circuits. Thanks in advance
No not normal motor shuts off when not in play or other drive functions! we repair that model! want to sell it?
Posted on Feb 26, 2009
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