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Continuous beep a continuous beep when I try to dictate

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Hello. The TRC8080 will coontinously beep when trying to record if the tab switch (this is described in the service manual a Tab Switch S3, S4) fails. The tab switch consists of two leaf switches one is so the machine know there is a tape in the machine and the other check for record protect. Over a period of time thee canbecomebent anwill not always connect when a tape is in. This wll result in you either not being able to play a casette or not being able to record depending on which one fails. These can only be replaced as a pair. If it is not the tab switch which has failed then the cassette tabs on the top may be bent in slightly which means you will need to replace the cassette.

If the tab switch has failed and you dont want to pay for a repair you take the 5 screws out of the back of the machine, lift the top cabinet off (disconnect the single molex connector) and short the switches together. (Solder is best) this will leave the switches perminatly in the 'on' position meaning you can dictate away.

Remember if you shoose to short the switches together the motor will run as soon as the cassette lid is closed and the machine is on. This may make the motor fail a little bit earlier than normal.

Posted on Aug 19, 2009

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  6. At this point, the problem probably involves the motherboard or processor. Make sure any jumpers on the motherboard have not fallen off their pins and into the case. Make sure jumpers are set correctly.

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