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If your battery polarity was reversed then there is a possibility that a protection zener diode onthe set could be short as a prevention. so you will have to check on the + line input to the set. If not the amplifier could have shorted depending on the applied power. Anyway you will need a good check onthe main board to confirm this but I think with a tech help, it will not be difficult. Hope I could help. Good day
If the walkman comes on but just wont play tapes then more offten then not the belt has broken or clutch has worn out and will have to be replaced.
you will have to open the walkman up in order to do it, you can get a new belt from any electronics parts supply store (not radioshack) there usualy around $1 and are easy to put on.
If it's a tape player with a stop button it should turn off by just pressing stop. If there is a radio then there then there should be an off position where you select if you want to listen to the radio or listen to the tape.
Hello aga2958, I think you need to visit maintenance center to fix that cause its hardware problem. But you can check somethings before u visit them .. like: 1. If you are using Batteries to power up the Walkman .. be sure the batteries are full charged. 2. Try to power on the Walkman by Adapter 3 Volts. 3. Be sure the tapes you are using are fine into other Cassette. Thanks for using FixYa.