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Audio Problems The sound fades in and out when playing cassettes,

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Play the cassette in another player. you might have to change your setting on the player. you can also try a cassette cleaner/demagnatizer to clean the cassette. also try the sony webstie for answers

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Cassette player doesnt play or record, ff or rewind. CD player, AM/FM radio works fine.


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If you hear a faint whirring sound from the cassette player while performing these functions, the motor is fine, but you require a new drive belt/s that need to be fitted at an electronics shop. If you hear not sound at all, the motor has died (possibly belts too), again it will require and electrinics repair shop visit.
For the sake of repairing it, it maybe cheaper to buy a new one.

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Insert a tape.

Select the program source you want to listen/record (CD).

Insert a cd, press stop.

Press record on the tape player.

Press play on the CD player.

The volume control or any audio emphasis buttons will not affect the record level.

http://esupport.sony.com/US/perl/model-documents.pl?mdl=CFDG505

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If you have a cassette tape in the Kaboom take it out close the casstte door and lock it. See if the problem continues. The cassette circuitry has been known to cause alot of prolems like yours. I think it has to do with sensors.

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you mean to record?first,you must connect the other unit (if you are using two cassette)by using rca plug or earphone plugs.insert the plugs to audio in or aux(this is the unit that will record).if the other unit doesn't have the output audio,use the earphone out instead.time to record.the recorder must be set to tape/aux,(if you are using a unit with radio setting).then,push the play and record button at the same time.don't forget to put in the blank tape ok.then push play to the unit that you want to be recorded.the square symbol is for stop.the arrows pointing left ,rewind.pointing right, forward.the big arrow pointing right is the play and the button next to it is the record button.

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This unit has 2 belts that are slipping and need to be replaced. This is not the easiest repair for a novice. The belts shouldn't cost more than about $5 total. I woud recommend that you seek a shop that repairs audio gear and inquire about the repair cost.

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Ok sound like the play head is out of a-line ment - easy way to fix if it is this - remove from the mains supply and open the cassette deck door - press the play button down and look at the play head there is 2 screws 1 either side 1 is fixed and 1 is sprung - now inset batterys (much safer) - try and fit a cassette in without using the cassette door should just fit in then press play and ajust the Right hand side scree with a small screwdriver (insulated) and ajust slightly to the left or to the right and this should fix the chewing - to get it just right use headphones ajusting left to right will tke the sound + & - to each earphone. Warning dont turn to far to the left as this will undo the screw completely - u have a least 1 whole turn either way is fine

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Maybe the audio amplifier IC are damaged.

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can you please post here the model and the part # of the cd player.. & please kindly inform me the type of cd she play in the unit, is it a Audio CD..?

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This sounds like a dirty or sticky pinch roller - use a commercial cassette head cleaner - or ear but with a alcohol cleaner -

If the capston is not rolling the cassette forward this my be due to a broken belt - or may have just jumped off - power down the product and disconnet from the mains - then open it up - normaly the front come away undo the mounting screws from around the cassette mechanism normaly around 4 and carefuly look at the back there should normaly be 2 rubber band one to the capston and 1 to the pich roller the belt that may be broken is the smaller of the too. most cassette deck use the same size belt

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