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NOT RECORDING WHEN USING MICROPHONE

When recording from input device on rear of deck, tape records with no problem. When using microphone, no recording taking place, yet rec light is working and nothing seems wrong.

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Is the mike turned on///broken? test the mic to make sure its not the problem! it could also be mic jack!

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You should hit the play/record to record the signal..observe if the tape is moving..

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