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Panasonic RR-930 does not backspace with or without pedal. It engages the mechanism but appears stuck when tape is inserted. Runs fine without tape in deck.


The ancient tape is junk. Buy a new one. You might also try slamming the old tape against a wall or desk to loosen up the tape layers. Then FF and RW all the way.

Apr 20, 2015 | Panasonic RR-930 Desktop Cassette...

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Marantz Cassette Deck Plays Tapes Slightly Too Fast


The speed should be adjustable but the common practice is to use a frequency counter and test tape or test tape and wow and flutter meter. I look at this from a Technician's point of view as I have been fixing units for 45 years so far. Once the motor speed control is found it does not take too long. Sometime it take more time taking the cover off.

Jan 31, 2014 | Marantz Audio Players & Recorders

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My tape plays but it rewinds and fast forwards extremely slowly or sometimes not at all. Could it be a drive belt problem if it plays tapes?


tapes themselves sometimes get tight. also...a weak belt could cause this. I have sometimes taken tapes apart and rewound them by hand, but tapping the tape fast and gently can loosen them but you'll have to open the tape protective cover or the reels wont turn

Nov 09, 2011 | Televison & Video

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The tape plays songs so fast sounds like donald duck. The speed the tape is feeding is to fast.


Hi, the casette deck has a mechanical system (servo-driver) most of the problems that happen when in your case, plays song so fast is that you look at the pinch roller. The pinch roller is a rubberized free spinning wheel typically used to press magnetic tape against a capstan shaft in order to create friction necessary to drive the tape along the magnetic heads with a normal tape speed if the pinch roller brakes, get lost from his place or got dirty then you get this fast sounds play, check the pinch roller if still good in his place or clean his rubber with alcohol, then the problem should be fixed.

Jan 29, 2011 | Sony CD Radio Cassette Boombox, CFD-E90...

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My Olympus Pearlcorder J300 plays the tape back too fast


Hello check the switch for VOX needs to be in the middle position make sure is not on F.Play
If the speed doesn’t change is your main motor

Apr 03, 2009 | Olympus Pearlcorder J300 Handheld Cassette...

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Camera plays in fast forward-like speed


Though I don't know the details of your camera and the tape you are playing, one explanation could be that the tape was recorded in "extended play" EP rather than "standard play" SP. Some VCRs and some cameras are incapable of playing back in EP, a mode where the tape moves at half speed so you can record more on the same tape. The result is that the tape playing back at regular speed appears twice as fast and fast forward will be even faster.

Unfortunately, unless your machine can be manually set to play back in EP (usually it is automatic) the solution is to play it back in a machine that can handle EP.

Dec 04, 2008 | Electronics - Others

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VCR plays for a few seconds and rewinds. Now, the VCR plays tape in fast forward mode


Most everyone I know had problems with the tv/vcr combo including myself. I'll never buy one again. I'm sorry you are having the same problem.

Aug 28, 2006 | Quasar VV-2002 20 in. TV/VCR Combo

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