Question about Audio Players & Recorders
The tape runs approximately 10 % slow. Their is no mechanical issue with slipping or jamming on any other such issue that would slow doanw the motor. Can the reason be a faulty capacitor? The tape deck is a SONY TC 230 (1970 vintage tape deck).
My TC-230 has the same problems and it is mechanical. Actually, its real hard to say what your problem is, but it is most likely the pinch roller is to tight on the piece that is connected to the motor. This extra tension is from a spring inside the machine and, when in storage for a long time with the machine set to stop, extra pressure builds up on this spring. Try leaving it unplugged on fast forward/play overnight. that might help.
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