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If you have a dual cassette deck, then one deck will only play cassettes,whilst the other will have a record facility as well.
Basically you need to place the original cassette in the play only deck and the target cassette in the record/play deck.
Start the playback in the play only deck and immediately press the record and play buttons together on the record deck. Some decks have high speed dubbing but this varies so much that you will need to consult your manual for this.
There should be a button or switch that will select the recording deck and the dubbing deck. You put a blank tape into the recording deck and the pre-recorded one into the play deck. Pressing the record button on the dubbing deck, on some models should start the play deck running. If not press play on that deck.
Well, you can plug it into a PC and see if that does the same thing. If so it is defective as in shorting components in it. But what do you expect from items that are made in China. You are better off with a restored regular deck and then plugging audio into your computer. You will get much better results that way. All USB decks are junk.
It is very easy, you don't need a manual for this. The EQ line in and Line out get hooked into the record out and Tape in of one of the tape loops on the Sansui amp. Record outs go to EQ in and the EQ out goes to tape play.
Hi, I have the same unit...when it is "ON" ,plug the power cord off and than try to open the cassette door.. the head mechanism keeps the cassette in,power off will release it.. let me know if it does not work out..
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This would indicate a power supply problem in that the counter being reset. I would check the entire power supply for a any thermal broken solder joints and redo them with the power off. If you need further help I am in the Chicago area and am known as Skywave Tape Deck Repair.
Check the back of your Stereo for recording input(in) and output (out), your cassette deck may be plugged into these jacks.
Connect the RCA/Phono wires to your equalizer's input and output jacks on the back.
your cassette deck or some other component is plugged into the
recording jacks in the back of your amplifier, unplug it and plug it
into the back of the equalizer under monitor jacks. Be sure that the
"out" from the cassette deck goes to the "in" of the equalizer.
Now, take the wires from the equalizer and plug them into the amplifier in the same manner: "in" to "out" and visa versa.
all your wires are connected be sure the "tape monitor button" on the
amplifier is on. Turning it off will disable the equalizer. You can
still monitor your recording devise or cassette deck by the "monitor
switch" on the equalizer.