I have an old Aiwa CA-DW630 dual cassette/cd boombox. I'm using it as an audio device for my TV, working fine, but I want to take the speakers off for better placement, & I just can't figure out how (though they obviously come off). Don't have manual; anyone have tips?
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You cannot, with this device. It doesn't have a CD-burner... those are usually only found in VERY high end audio systems, or on home computers. That said, you can find devices on the internet that will let you rip audio tracks from a cassette player to an MP3 file, which you can then burn to a CD or put on your computer.
I can probably tell you what is wrong, but there is usually not much you can do except take it to a shop and have the motor replaced.
I most cases there is a hole in the back of the cassette capstan drive motor, or on a small circuit board close to the motor where the speed is adjusted at the factory. You could possibly adjust the speed by ear until it sounded right playing a factory recorded tape with a song you know well, but I recommend these adjustments be left to a tech with a frequency counter. Also, these adjustments normally never need to be touched unless replacing a motor, so it is likely something internal has gone wrong with the motor, and it should be replaced under most circumstances.
Hope this helps, Good Luck.