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Cassette deck stops immediately after pressing play

My Aiwa double cassette deck has been out of action for a couple of years and I tried hooking it up today but when I press play, rewind or fast-forward, the spindles don't turn at all. It immediately stops. I'm guessing it's the auto-stop overriding the other functions. Does anyone know if it's possible to fix (possibly by lubricating any of the parts?) or does it mean this cassette deck has had its day?

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