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Do telex ACC 2000 cassette duplicatr heads have t be demagnetized

There is nothing in the manual that came with the machine about demagnetization. I've been using the machine for a while and it does seem to be producing pretty good quality copies yet. But it seems as though the heads will need demagnetization som etime, but I don't want to damage it.

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