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  • Steve Roth Dec 08, 2012

    I have a JVC TD-V711 where the playback is at double speed which is good if you like Alvin and the Chip monks :-) I had purchased this deck new around 1990 and used it very little, maybe 90 days and it has been in storage ever since. Any idea as to why the playback speed would be double on this slightly used deck? Anyone else have this problem?

  • Steve Roth Dec 11, 2012

    Thanks Sam...I'll have to open it up and have a look...probably by someone who knows what they are lookin' at :-)

  • Sam Palermo
    Sam Palermo Dec 11, 2012

    Hi Steve, I have been able to find some EG5302D-2B motors that seem to sub into a lot of different machines. If you find that you need one it won't be that bad. skywavebe@sbcglobal.net

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I don't have one of these decks but one possibility is that the belt inside has stretched and is larger than it once was and has slipped up onto the flange of the capstan motor pulley instead of the position it should be on. You need a new capstan belt and adjustment in any case. If the Belt is not the problem then the motor might have a shorted control transistor in the servo section and is running full tilt. This would require a new motor.

Posted on Dec 10, 2012

  • Steve Roth Dec 11, 2012

    Thanks Sam! I'll have to open it up and have a look! Hope it doesn't need a new motor....sound like it might be a spendy fix.

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