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Nakamichi 1000 Tri-Tracer.When switch the deck on right channel has noise and doesn`t play.After 10-15 min it appears and sounds ok.Condenser on right channel just gone?

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It can be that or a bad FET or some other part of the circuit. To get it fixed right I would consult Tom at the below location as he is a Nak guy.
Tom Brucker
Hi Tech Service
2934 Nolensville Pk.
Nashville, TN 37211
615-331-9241
hitech@BIRCH.net

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SOURCE: Left meter problem in Nakamichi cassette deck .

I once had the same problem with a philips deck, except that both meters were twitching and both channels were distorted.

And guess what - it started happening when i reassembled it after i oiled the motor axis as it was a bit noisy.

No, that doesn't mean this had anything to do with the motor, but i had to disassemble the deck once more, i moved the wires and connectors a bit and the meters and outputs returned to normal functioning, so my guess is that there is a bad connection somewhere.

Try disconnecting the connectors inside the deck, see if the contact pins are dirty or oxydized, if so, clean them and reconnect - this might help.

Also check for any broken or shorted wires, broken insulation on wires and bad solder contacts.

I don't know if this will help, it sure did in my case, but i guess it's worth trying.

good luck

3rq8 (Triarcuate)

Posted on Jul 26, 2009

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I once had the same problem with a philips deck, except that both meters were twitching and both channels were distorted.

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