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Aiwa Hs-j470 works perfect but for the tape it starts off alright then it starts slowing down and eventually stops give it a small rest then it does the same again.

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I'd highly recommend you get those belts changed. They may be stretched a bit, and in time to come, it may cause some damage to your cassette tapes. Get them changed ASAP.

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