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Hi, my transcription system has just randomly started to when i turn it on, continue to rewind, it only stops if i turn the machine off. Had no problems till now. There is no AR switch to press even though it shows on the machine. Help !!

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The unit will need service. There is a sensor that detects that the tape is turning and has gone bad.

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