The little read out screen was loose and I tried to put it back in its slot, while doing so , iI pulled off the tape that goes on the screen, now it doesn't read.How do I put it back on and get it to stick?
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I forget exactly how this goes but there are two posts on either side of the mechanism that read a light signal and a center pole that goes through the round hole on the cassette that gives the light signal (no tape-end of tape). Put a piece of tape on the two side posts and see if that changes anything. Be careful: the tape now knows where end of tape is - do not fast wind/rewind to the end! The loading motor may have failed or a rubber belt has slipped off or is too loose or broken.
Pull about a foot of paper loose from the roll so it's easier to handle. Put the paper from the new roll in the back slot, and hit "FEED" this will feed it through; after you have it through, roll up any lose paper, mount roll in holder, done, Should take about 3 minutes
most diswasher when you pull off the botom front cover you will see where the wires (power) goes in unplug it from the wall if you can then check this box out there should be a cover on the little box unscrew it then check the wires might be loose if so put wire nuts on then electrical tape screw cover back on to power box this should take care of it . good luck
I had the same problem with a Sony FX410, not much different than a FX310. With my camera all i had to do was to push the top down with a gentle push, it would engage and play and record normal. Don't force it hard, just a light pressure to help the cradle down. Most of these Sony cameras are crappy when it comes to loading the tape, most if not all the Sony's i've had end up with this problem, no matter what model you have. I've taken my camera competely apart and could not find the problem for not pulling down the tape, don't know if it can be a sensor or what, i never could find anything broken or loose or misalign, i oiled all the joints and moving parts with a light dab of thin oil, it worked fine except for that darn cradle not pulling down the tape.
Another thing that causes this is when the tape is to tight? In other words the tape should have a slight **** in it, i once ran into this big problem when the tape would not load and the camera kept ejecting it over and over. It was when i tried a new tape that i noticed how well it loaded yet the other tape wouldn't load. So i pulled out the tape and poked that little hole on the back right below the left hand pick up reel, i then turned the reel with my finger and gave it some slack, not much just enough to see the tape a little loose. I then reloaded the tape and it worked like a charm, seems that if the tape if to tight the camera won't accept it as the reels need to adjust back and forth for a few seconds, its that wacky sound you hear when you load a tape, seems like it has to adjust the tention inside the take up reels. Hope this might help you some?
these are commonly called "quick release fittings". pull back the retainer,insert the end of the line into the fitting,and push the retainer back into place.
The little clip that comes with it,can be installed into the retaining slot with a pair of snap ring pliers,or like i do,place one end in the slot,and push the other end with a screwdriver till it snaps into place.
The strange thing iI found with these things is that they seem loose,until you start your truck,and the pressure build up. After that they stay super tight.
Radio Shack used to sell a splicing block and tape for fixing broken tapes. They may still, and you can order online from other sources.
You need to pull the tape out from the cassette a little way. Overlap the tape sections a little and get them aligned, which is what the splicing block is for. Cut across both pieces and take away the scraps. This makes sure the pieces match up. Lastly you place special splicing tape over the join and trim the edges. You need the special tape, since it's designed so the adhesive won't ooze out and get on the tape recorder heads.
If the tape has come loose fro the hub inside the cassette, you need to open the housing and use the splicing tape to fasten the recording tape (actually the plastic leader tape) back in place. Depending on how the cassette was made, there may be screws holding it together, or it may have been glued. Some commercially-made music tapes and bargain-grade cassettes weren't made to be opened. If you do open the tape, don't lose the little metal piece with the felt square that goes across the opening behind the tape. This is the pressure pad that keeps the tape pressed against the head in the recorder. Without it, the tape won't work properly.
instead of glue I used a rubber band to help provide an air free grip to keep it in place. Just a thin tiny rubber band around the cap then insert and it should stay snug. Mine hasn't fallen out since but if I ever needed to clean it or clear debrie I could take it out still.
put the foil paper or what ever that can fit the hole in the low right hand side of O2 mini looking from the back
the hole (just right over the red rubber thing named "pull") just put sth that fit the hole and close the lid and then prevent the lid opening by putting some scotch tape on problem solved just keep the lid close to prevent the thing we put in the hole fall out that's all (the thing in the hole is to pushing the switch inside the hole)