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Sansui D90 cassette player No 689120609. when I press either the play button or fast button, within two seconds they cancel themselves !! Can you help please.

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SOURCE: denon DR-M44HX cassette deck play

please check small rubber belt around take up reel and counter assembly and change it if it is loose or torn.

Posted on Jul 10, 2008

SOURCE: when i turn on the stereo the cassette player fast forwards then rewinds but when i put a tape in it wont play or do anything else

Change the belts maybe are so lossen

Posted on Apr 24, 2009

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http://www.retrevo.com/support/Aiwa-AV-S17-Receivers-manual/id/1076ag804/t/2/

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3 Within 4 seconds, turn the MULTI JOG to select ECO OFF.

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Second - Insert into cassette player
Third - Turn On cassette player
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I have the same deck. Did it come with rammophone or are you using your own grammophone?
I have it with original grammophone and I don't need a remote control, I don't even have it. You just turn on your grammophone and it is automatic, just place the needle on record and it should switch and play automatically. That is if you have connected the wires right (two wires for sound, one for automation, all in the same area).

If you have separate grammophone, I am assuming you just need to place two wires into the separate phono channels and it should work. There is just no automatic detection, so you have to swithc to mono manually: There is a button on the right, beside Volume control "tape to CD" or something.

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CLR button
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MENU button
This button is used to display a DVD’s menu.

SETUP button
This button is used to access the DVD player’s
onscreen setup menus.

RANDOM button
This button is used with the random playback function.

REPEAT button
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PLAY MODE button
This button is used to select play modes on a component
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