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Tape deck not working

The door was not opening to get tape out and then finally did on one side. Tape will not play just a grunting noise. I can see inside tape opening. Mechanism is sliding back and forth. I cannot play tapes. Any suggestions. I have never used this tape componet. CD is fine. Is it worth fixing?

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  • marlene walmsley Feb 25, 2007

    I have turned set off. When I turn it back on, there is a ticking noise coming from the tape deck (I can see is moving back and for on both tape decks)Now I cannot play the radio or the cd. It seems as if the tape deck has full power over the other options. Any suggestions? Marlene

  • marlene walmsley Feb 25, 2007

    Now my problem is that the power is going off about 10 seconds after I press the power button. I cannot play CD, radio, or tape. The standby mode light also goes off and there is no power. I have unplugged the unit and waited 10 minutes. and started all over. There seems to be a short as the tape deck takes over and just makes click click click sounds so I have to pull the plug out again. I can see the tape deck on both sides moving back and forth. It will not quit.

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I had the same problem and fixed it. It's simple: Open the case by removing the 6 screw on the outline back of the system and the 2 black ones on each sides. For me, it was the right tape who were problematic, so I started the player to see what gear was turning badly. The problem is: that gear don't have enough power to complete his action, so give it an additional (but not to much) power with your hand to complete his action and the system must succeed the action and stop running.

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Possibly a slipping rubber belt in the tape unit drive is not gripping enough to complete an action and so is just stopping everything from happening until it completes that action. You might try GENTLY helping the belt complete its action.

Posted on Mar 16, 2007

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