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Sony SLV-N71 VCR makes a rattling sound (ff, rew)

Sony SLV-N71 vcr makes a rattling sound during ff and rew. The ff and rew speeds are also too slow. The tape (as seen through the cassette window) also looses tention and the "tape tentioning post" jump and **** about during ff and rew.

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I make no claim to being any kind of an expert techie but it sounds to me like there are one or more loose or badly worn parts inside your machine. If you haven't had a look at the innards, try that. Loose things can usually be re-secured and, sometimes, worn parts can be replaced.

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