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Why does right-side deck ...no take-up on play?

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The drive to the reel table has stopped. This can be a belt but in many cases it is a tire on an Idler wheel that need to be changed

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The left side of New W-890R cassette deck plays at triple time. Right side plays normal. Tried to adjust with Pitch control but not the answer.


The transistor in the servo capstan motor is probably shorted- this happen now and then and you need a new Capstan motor. The question is most dual cassette decks are not worth the repair.
If the adjustment make no difference then that is likely the problem.

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I can't find the manual to my Technics RS-TR272 Stereo Cassette Deck. How do you tape something on one cassette to another?


Place the tape you want to record into the left deck, Then the blank tape into the right deck. Press play on the left deck and record on the right deck.

It may be opposite depending on which side your recording deck is on.

Which ever deck has record, place blank cassette into that one and the cassette you want to copy into the other deck.

Hope this helps and please rate thanks

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I have a TEAC W-450R Stereo Double Reverse Cassette Deck. For some reason, the REC/PLAY II side will not operate. It has not for some time. In fact, that is why I believe I mothballed it some years ago....


I have not seen those to a large extent due to their value not being worth a repair. I did work on them at Teac though. The capstan motor of the right side deck sound like it is burned out. I have some motors here so it is just a matter of if you want me to work on it or not. I get a lot of units in all the time- I am Skywave Tape Deck Repair in Chicago area.

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Forgot how to record (dual) tape to tape (been a while)......can not remember sequence of buttons to press or if i need to press buttons at the same time (i.e. Trying to record 1 cassette tape to another...


The left side is usually the playback deck and the right side is the record deck.put in a tape on the left side and push play.Then push the record button first and while holding it down ,the play button on the right side deck.One deck will not have record buttons on it,and that is the playback deck.

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I hava a dual cassette deck where I work, Dont know what model, but I am trying to record an existing cassette to another and cant figure it out, can you instruct me?


you have a record side and a play side make sure you have the right cassettes in the right decks, you press play on the one deck and record on the other, unless there is a sync button that starts recording. if this doesn't work tell me the model cassette and I will have another answer for you

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Technics RS-TR373 is chewing tapes


A lot of tape chewing problems are caused by the capstan roller being worn. Check for wear or oxide on that first.

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The record mode does not function on the right side.It does play on both sides!


Place the speed on X1 mode to make sure it is off the B mode and it should record.

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