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Can't hear recordings on micro cassette,plays cassette & speaker works.

We listened to it a few months ago,but when it's turned on tape play's,but we ca't hear anything.Speaker is good.

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Has the tape been erased by being placed on or near a magnetic field such as a speaker or TV?

Did you plug the mic into the mic input?

Posted on Apr 20, 2014

  • Gary Scharmen
    Gary Scharmen Apr 21, 2014

    The micro cassette has abuilt in mic.We happened to borrow one & it played the talking,etc.It's as if something shut it down.

  • Pennywhistler
    Pennywhistler Apr 21, 2014

    If the machine is playing but not recording, most likely the record-prevention tab on the cassette has been opened. Close it..

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