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Audio tape cassettes,old pre-recorded and home recorded play too slowly and drag. All brands. Tape deck plays new tapes fine.

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A good cleaning to the rollers and tape head with a qtip and a small amount of rubbing alcohol should do the trick

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Is the erasure prevention tab missing from a commercial or previously recorded cassette? It would leave a little (about 1/8" square) hole in the spine edge of the cassette shell. That tab is there to prevent accidental erasure by allowing a small sensor lever to drop in and mechanically disable the recording mechanism. Compare a commercial cassette with a brand new blank one. You can place a piece of adhesive tape on the casette to allow recording, but take care to NOT cover more than the first 1/8" of the opening if it is larger as the recorder also senses tape type by the length of the hole molded into the cassette.
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Check the wires to the tape head to see if one is off.

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Actually the tape player itself is likely to be causing the problem. Cleaning the pinch roller and tape heads with a qtip and a small amount of rubbing alcohol should do the trick

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