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Auto reverse When I am pressing the play button it is permanently switching the auto reverse function. Spinning forward and backwards is ok but not playing. I have tried to repair the item. I thought it is the belt and replaced it. After replacing it the same problem was still existing.

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You do not list brand and model but it is typical that the belt replacement is missing the mark in that the reel rotation sensor is not detecting rotation of the reel table and therefore trying to go the other way. The reels have to be turning in play mode. If they do not auto stop or the reverse function thinks the tape is at end.

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SOURCE: Teac W-505R left deck not functioning

possible that the drive belt has broken or is slipping. Disable all outside noise and listen closely as you attempt play or fast forward button. can you hear a motor turning? I have replaced a drive belt in these but may be hard to find except maybe on ebay (search for an as-is unti for parts only).

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THE capstain belts need changing to operrate the tape lifter mechanism

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My Tascam 202 wr need to replace belts on recorder of duel deck? what is the best way

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You thinking is right,just change the belt which is smaller.

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SOURCE: Although I placed both ends the necessary sensing

I'm pretty sure the auto-reverse is NOT supposed to work during recording. What would be the point since it only records in one direction?

And I'm pretty sure there's only one reverse sensor, usually to the left of the heads and not necessarily on a tension arm. The sensor foil is supposed to be on the non-oxide side of the tape so it will adhere better and never contact the heads.

This picture of a GX-635 shows a typical transport ...

http://www.oaktreevintage.com/web_photos/Reference_Photos/Akai_GX-365D_Front_Face_Off.jpg

There's a knob for how the auto reverse. Is it set correctly? I believe infinite forward / backward play is possible if you have the knob set properly, a sensor foil on the tape and the tape counter set to 0000 at the beginning of the recording.

Posted on May 13, 2011

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Although I placed both ends the necessary sensing foil ,when choose auto-reverse with my Akai GX-636 RtR only the right tension arm sense the foil and blocks without reversing.When in recording mode it...


I'm pretty sure the auto-reverse is NOT supposed to work during recording. What would be the point since it only records in one direction?

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