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Record from one cassette tape to another

I have no manual or remote control. can i still record from one cassette tape to another without the remote

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SOURCE: Remote control for Technics RS TR 272 Dual Cassette Deck

a system remote is the only option for you here. The deck does not have its own remote receiver. Sorry to break the bad news to you.

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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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check the drive belts inside the unit could be broken or slipping. farr64

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I had the same problem, but the reason for it seemed to be that the USB cable from the cassette deck wasn't plugged directly into my computer, but via a hub. When I plugged the cable directly into my computer (PC, using Windows XP), the problem disappeared, or seems to have disappeared so far.

Posted on May 23, 2009

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for a start your title says "Problem with the Technics RS-TR272 Single Cassette Deck"
So is it a single or double?
i'm assuming it's a double,right only one of the decks records so put the blank tape into it make sure the tabs on the top of the tape haven't been broke or you'll need to cover the holes with the labels you get with the tape.
put the tape with the music on it, in the other deck rewind them both then press "sync rec" & they should both set off.

Posted on Mar 01, 2011

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