Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Aligning head of nakamichi cassette deck, which have these white plastic gears
If it's a "Dragon" don't touch it! unless you've got alot of electronic test equipment to scope and meter the signal. You will cause damage to the unit. That particular model is the "only" good tape deck ever built and should be repaired by a pro. If it's any other model, it's basicly a Sony. The same rules do apply though, it's not a real good idea to guess with electronics. If it still plays well, just run a good "Tape Head" cleaning solution thru it. Generally tape heads don't get misaligned unless really jammed up. Most common problem is belts and gears. Best of luck
Posted on Jun 02, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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