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Casset player is making clicking noise

When you turn it on the casset player makes a clicking noise and wont turn off unless you unplug it

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Change all belts of mech.

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That's nothing strange!! Mine does the very same thing. It's normal, the system's way of powering up, unless when you turn on the power, clicking noise intensifies....., if that's the case, give me a reply.


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Cassete deck will not work, I put a tape in deck 2 and hit the record button and all it did is started to make a clicking noise. Next I tried to take tape out and the door would not open. I forcefully...

I have a sony twin cassete deck and the same thing happened to mine , it turned out to be the rubber belt inside was broken so i just bought a pack of assorted belts for $7.97 and replaced both belts .

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Hi There,

The clicking noise is usually the power supply "tripping" because of an over load, your explanation of the fault is very good and helps us in advising you about the fault...

Because the clicking gets slower it means that you have reduced the current being drawn from the power supply.

The item that is causing the over load is the item that when you plug it in or turn it on causes the clicking to start up...

Tyhe power supply is called a switched mode power supply and is usually a collection of transistiors capacitors resistors and a transformer all specially set up to make DC Direct Current and AC alternating current power for your electronics to work with.

These power supplies are expensive and no fuses are employed to make them work but a special detector circuit is installed to close down the power when a high current draw down is detected, Once the high draw down is detected the power supply closes itself down, so then it sees no more high current draw down so it starts up again and this causes the click as the internal transformer and capacitors once again start the cycle to operate to make the DC/AC supplies. So once started up the High current is detected and the power supply closes it self down and the cycle is repeated over and over....

Its a specialised job to locate the problem so its not something you can do your self without electronics training...

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Unit turns on, then clicks off with a "protect" message

You have a bad speaker on this unit or the audio output circuit is in need of repair. Try to disconnect all of the speakers and then turn on the unit. If it still stays in protect, you will need to have this unit serviced, unless you understand how these solid state circuits work. If the unit does come on without the speakers, turn off the unit and add one speaker at a time until the unit will not turn on. Disconnect that speaker and have it checked out or have the wiring checked out. Good Luck

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You probably have one of two problems. Either the tape has been eaten by wrapping it around the capstan or else the head has not retracted to let the door open. If the tape will still play, then it is not the first problem. If the tape will not play, then it could be either problem. If it is the latter problem (head not retracted) then you may have a bad belt (broken or slipping). The tape wrapped around the capstan problem may be caused by a belt or tire being bad but a different belt or tire than the head not retracting problem. This may seem confusing to you but that is just the nature of the thing. In short, I'd bet you have a bad belt or tire that needs replacing. I hope this helps. Good luck.

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Sounds like another case of a slipping belt. A belt usually runs off the flywheel and actually lifts the head assembly into the play or record mode. Due to the pressure involved it's either that belt or the main drive belt which is slipping or completely snapped. BMW

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