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I Have a Teac W525R double auto reverse cassette deck and I cant dub from ;Play (left sd) to Rec. (right sd). What gives? I push rec then play on the other side and the rec stops. Then I tried the other way around. They cancel each other out. Help!

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Don't do either of those things. Just hit one of the DUB START buttons (NORMAL OR HIGH) Located right under the tape counter. The deck does the rest.

Posted on Jun 30, 2008

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