I have been having some serious problems with my camera, so i took it to a camera shop and the owner said he could fix it, he said he will replace the entire piece (the part you can turn or whatever) for $279.99+tax CDN. is there any where i can buy this part on the internet and do it myself?
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. Remove top lid (4 screws on the side) 2. remove the back plastic mount on the mechanics (2 pink long screws on the top). The bottom are two plastic hook lock. The mount pulls back and the belt and pulleys are exposed. NOTE: It is the mount you are removing, not the tape deck itself.
May have to remove the unit & take to a car radio shop to have it repaired Those shops are very hard to find, but will fix it If you don't pull it out yourself it will get costly & no repair shop fixes radios & tape deck,so forget that approach
Dual well decks are among the cheapest and poor designs resulting in the problem you are having. Those decks that are well built may still need belts after a long time but the final result of the repair is a machine that will give good performance like when it was new while the dual cassette deck give the poor performance and then less due to wear that was had when they were new- figures like Wow and Flutter, speed accuracy and they rarely put really good heads in these as well. I fix them for clients but they never come up to a Teac C-3RX deck quality wise. Just so you know I have been working on tape deck for 40 years and even at Sony at one time. The ES line was the only good dual cassettes made and they have their problems too.
It is probably replaceable. I had the same problem on one of my cameras and took it into a camera shop. The guy there took some strong tape and taped it closed. He said" It would cost more to replace that little door than the price of a new camera." You could take your camera into a shop and ask them about replacement though. Yours might not be as expensive as mine would have been. You could check your manual also for replacement parts available. it might be something you could install yourself. It is worth a try and if you don't have the manual go to www.canon.com and look for manual downloads. Good luck to you.
the head drum motor are going faulty after a long time using. in your camera fault is in the machanism [tape deck]. your old head is also o.k. please change the supply pully & TG plate in the machine. and realigned the camera with good tape. try it..i hope you got very good results. regards sanjay
very likely that the drive belt has broken. I have fixed a TEAC myself using a large O-Ring from a hardware store (I know I was lucky to find a very close match). Open the unit and find the broken belt and take it to a hardware store to "size up" a replacement. Use the opportunity to oil the gear shafts and clean the rubber pinch roller.
If you can do the repairs yourself there are two ways to fix the problem.
Dismental the camera. Try to locate the power board. have a keen look at the components near the battery connector or the power connector. there you will be able to locate 3 to 4 safety fuses. check the continuty. if found open replace it and the problem can be solved. AND
the other way is to locate the motor for tape deck loading mechanism. Remove the flex ribbion connector of the motor from the pcb, then try giving 3volt supply from an external device to the motor in both the direction. in one direction it will move the deck outward, but be carefull when the cassette is being ejected a little portion of the tape may get damaged.