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How do i clean the heads on a panasonic microcassette transcriber rr-930

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SOURCE: High pitch sqealing noise

This is caused be a bad record switch. As a temporary solution, incert a blank tape, push the record switch, then stop. Repeat about 10 times. This may clean the contacts of the record/Play switch but it will probably need to be replaced.

Posted on Nov 08, 2008

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SOURCE: spindles will not turn

There is a rubber drive belt that needs to be replaced, Panasonic part RDV101YA. This place says they have them:

http://www.partstore.com/Model/Matsushita/Panasonic/RR930.aspx?ModelAliasNumber=rr-930

I've never had to work on one of these so I can't say exactly what you might have to remove to get to the old belt and pulleys it rides on. But it's usually not too bad of a job to change a belt.

Posted on Dec 05, 2008

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SOURCE: have a panasonic RR930 microcassette

If neither rewind nor backspace work, the common problem would be that the solenoid grease has dried up and the solenoid is not retracting all the way. However, the track that the mechanism moves in also wears out, as well as the plastic rocker that depresses the rewind button where it engages the metal slide.

If backspace works but not rewind from the pedal then the problem is the pedal.

Posted on Jul 28, 2011

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SOURCE: My Panasonic RR-930 transcriber speeds

Start by cleaning the capstan roller. The rubber roller and small steel rod just above it, control the tape speed. Just a little lint, build up or animal hair wrapped around this can cause the speed to vary. Clean with alcohol and a Q-tip.

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SOURCE: the backspace on my Panasonic

There is a switch on under the tape deck that wears out or comes loose. This is something that needs service. We can fax it. 8663219780

Posted on Aug 16, 2011

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After erasing a tape I have a high pitched noise when I step on the foot pedal


If it works fine otherwise, I wouldn't spend much time worrying about it.

You might want to clean the heads and the capstan.

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Cleaning and demagnetizing recording head on microcassette transcriber machine


You no longer need to demagnetize heads they aren't the same inductive materials they used to be. To clean you just need alcohol and a cotton swab. Clean head and capstan roller and capstan.

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The sound is very faint even with the volume turned all the way up.


When you open the cassette door, there is a metal piece in the back that pushes the tape ajainst the head. If that is broken or bent, you can get low audio. Other possibilities are a dirty tape head or misaligned head.

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Have a panasonic RR930 microcassette transcriber. Right now the foot pedal will not allow rewind though when I press the pedal I can hear it engage. I can, however, rewind right on the unit itself. ...


If neither rewind nor backspace work, the common problem would be that the solenoid grease has dried up and the solenoid is not retracting all the way. However, the track that the mechanism moves in also wears out, as well as the plastic rocker that depresses the rewind button where it engages the metal slide.

If backspace works but not rewind from the pedal then the problem is the pedal.

Mar 23, 2011 | Panasonic RR-930 Desktop Cassette...

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My Panasonic RR-930 transcriber speeds up and slows down as I play back tapes. The problem seems to be with the machine itself and not the foot pedal or the tapes. Where do I start?


Start by cleaning the capstan roller. The rubber roller and small steel rod just above it, control the tape speed. Just a little lint, build up or animal hair wrapped around this can cause the speed to vary. Clean with alcohol and a Q-tip.

Feb 02, 2011 | Panasonic RR-930 Desktop Cassette...

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Spindles will not turn


There is a rubber drive belt that needs to be replaced, Panasonic part RDV101YA. This place says they have them:

http://www.partstore.com/Model/Matsushita/Panasonic/RR930.aspx?ModelAliasNumber=rr-930

I've never had to work on one of these so I can't say exactly what you might have to remove to get to the old belt and pulleys it rides on. But it's usually not too bad of a job to change a belt.

Nov 12, 2008 | Panasonic RR-930 Desktop Cassette...

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High pitch sqealing noise


This is caused be a bad record switch. As a temporary solution, incert a blank tape, push the record switch, then stop. Repeat about 10 times. This may clean the contacts of the record/Play switch but it will probably need to be replaced.

May 20, 2008 | Panasonic RR-830 Desktop Cassette...

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