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Faulty Pioneer CT-W450R

I have had this unit in storage for 5 years, it is like new. When I set it up, the motors for the tapes will not turn, although they did briefly when I first activated it.

All the other lights come on, but it just sits there. No movement.

Can you advise on possible troubleshooting?

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Bill, Vancouver, BC canada

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Check to see if their is any voltage going to the motors. If not look at the power supply. Electrolytic Capacitors dry up when not being used and can cause faults like that.

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The rubber belts inside the unit have gotten stiff and slippery. All belts should be replaced. That will resolve the problem.

Dan

Posted on Feb 18, 2009

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