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Hi, can you please advise what configuration of tape selection buttons I need to utilise for playback of ferric tapes (not chrome)

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Ferric tapes use standard bias and playback. FeCr (ferric-chrome) use standard bias and chrome pb. Chrome tapes use high bias and high playback.

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Hi,
Either take pully or cluch has been defected.

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