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Hooked the system up to record tapes. Went through all the steps. I do not hear sound when I play the tape, but I'm not sure if I am suppose too. When I try to play in the LPrecorder the levels do not adjust and it only records for 20 seconds when I do record.

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To eliminate the 20 seconds issue, uncheck the auto stop box...this was causing me problems and has been resolved since the box was unchecked.

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