Question about Dictaphone 1243 Handheld Cassette Voice Recorder
The tapes that we are using are new. However, as they are recorded on the sound deteriorates then disappears completely. Is it the tape or the recorder?
If the tapes you are using are indeed brand new, then I would assume that the heads on the tape recorder are either very dirty or damaged. Try using a q-tip dipped in alcohol to clean the heads of the recorder. Clean the rollers too and pins that guide the tape. If that doesn't work it may be a component problem. And may be cheaper to replace than repair.
Posted on Feb 10, 2009
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