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Recording button can't be pushed down any longer

Recorder fell from kitchen table on tiles - everything ( radio/tapes ) still worked after that fall - all was fine, except the button for recording ( the button with the red dot ) it resists to get pressed down.

It moves like 1 millimeter or so down along with the tape play button when I attempt to press the recording button down

I also can see the millimeter down movement behind the open tape lit, the whole metal mechanism goes down 1 millimeter along with the attempt pressing the recording button down -

So I can't record, can't get the recording button down into the
" click in - stay - record position "
So no recording is possible any longer.

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Oh, I see, you're talking about a cassette player, You are in the wrong section if that's what you're talking about. If thats the case, then the impact of the fall must have jammed it . and you may have to go in and correct it by freeing it up

Posted on May 05, 2010

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1. PlayStation 2 systems do not handle tapes, but CDs and DVDs. No wonder you have broken it if you inserted a tape in it.
2. There is no radio in a PlayStation 2 system.
3. On a PlayStation 2 system, the button with a red dot on it is the power button, and it turns green when the power is on.
4. You cannot record, especially not on tapes, with a PlayStation 2 system.
5. You usually don't play a PlayStation 2 in the kitchen, but in the living room since it's meant to be plugged in your TV.

Here's the diagnostic : you do not own a PlayStation 2 system.
You have been ripped off by whoever sold you this piece of **** under the name of "PlayStation 2 system".

Posted on Jan 03, 2009

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