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Rejects tape seconds after inserted. Have tried new and used tapes.

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Ok sull! you have defective belt drive, or your sensors are not working, clean your sensors under the cassete tape! and maybe defective timing gear!

Posted on Sep 25, 2007

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    carlos fernandez Jr. Sep 25, 2007

    you can see the sensors under cassete like LED.. clean all sensors. maybe not detected your tape.

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