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Electric motor 9 Volt 2400 rpm

Having trouble procuring electric motor for ALBA tape cassette player. who can supply. ALBA say no. Curry's spares ay no. gimme a break!!!!

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After running approx. 25 tapes the player stopped working


Hi Ian.

Judging by reviews on Amazon, you're not alone in having trouble with the cassette player, which has multiple people decrying the quality of the unit
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That said, if the player hasn't just had some sort of internal mechanical failure, I'd recommend opening it up and gently turning the tape capstains with your fingers to see if they'll move. Try turning the player on with the door open but no tape inside to see if anything even spins. If there's been a mechanical failure, you're likely out of luck - cassette tape decks these days are getting rarer. If you're lucky, perhaps a bit of tape or some other debris has jammed up one of the capstains. In that case, you may be able to clean it up and see if it works then. If you've gone through the tapes fairly quickly, I'd suggest just returning the unit (your credit card likely as not has warranty-extensions built in if it's close on the warranty).

There are other tape decks out there, with a wide range of price, and, likely, quality, with USB out to let you play tapes to your PC. You may be able to use other options from there to get your tapes transferred.
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Tape jammed in my car cassette player


The conventional wisdom is to lever underneath the front edge of the cassette with a flat blade, while tugging on it with needle nose pliers, and with your spare hand (or toe) pressing the eject button.
If this does not work, the player will have to come out of the dash, and have its outer case removed. This may assist

http://www.installdr.com/InstallDocs/Toyota/PDF/869037.asp



Once the player has done this, it is liable to do so again. I would replace it unless you really want to keep it.

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When i insert a tape into Panasonic AG-DV2700 Mini dv Playerecorder. It closes normally and then it puts the tape back out staight away Thanks Maurice


Dear FixYa customer,

There can be several reasons for the tape spitting back out including, a defective tape, foreign object/lablel in the cassette compartment, unit in timer recording with tab knocked out on tape and then actual mechanical and electrical faults.

I will concentrate on the mechanical and electrical faults here, since you can verify the others.

Electrical, would include the Power supply, and Micro processor circuits.
A weakened power supply due to deterioration of the filter components will kick the tape out if the power supply voltage drops below a certain value. The filter components deteriorate with age and heat, and then put out less voltage.

There are critical timing circuits, and sensors that control the mechanism positioning and send signals to the Micro processor. The tape in sensor, mode switch, and LED are common faults here.

Mechanical faults include the Cassette Loading Assembly, Capstan, and Drum motor. A fault in the casseette housing assembly that won't allow it to load 100%, a Drum or Capstan motor that is sluggish or frozen will send a signal to he CPU to kick the tape back out.


The Power Supply is a common failure.
An experienced technician can verify the power supply voltages and replace the filter components for approximately $25.00 plus labor.

Thank you for using FixYa

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Sony pd 170 not releasing tape,it showing c:32:11error, any sugestion plz....


Loading motor is not functioning so that C:31:11 message flashing.Hope cassette is already in.If you can open camera right side cover unload with 3 volt supply at loading motor.It will work

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The tape recorder records well but does not run at standard speed


You don't say if it has developed this fault or if you have recently purchased it.
However the likely causes are that an electrical fault is causing a reduced voltage to the motor. Or if you have just got the machine somebody has adjusted the speed of the machine.
Some decks have one motor for both decks. On the base of the motor might be a slot. Inside will be a 'pot' that will adjust the speed. You will need a small screwdriver flat head type, to adjust, the playback speed.
Sometimes the speed adjust pot will be on the PC board. If your lucky the board will be marked! If not follow the leads of the motor to the board.
Sometimes the person who repaired the deck fits the wrong motor! I had one where they had fitted a 9 volt instead of a 12 volt motor. The motor at top speed could still not get up to what it needed to be!

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got spare rubber bands? thats what i use for cassette tape players that are to old to get the belt for anymore

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I just solved my own problem by disassembling the camcorder until I had access to the little motor which operates the eject mechanism. It sits on the corner of the mechanics subassembly, close to the cassette. By applying about 3.5 Volts DC from a regulated power supply to the two motor contacts, it started to operate (test which direction it needs to go by trying both polarities) and lifted the cassette out of the play position and ejected it. Only since the tape was still wound around the drum, I had to use a thin tool to turn the cassette hub in order to tighten the tape a bit. Then the protective cover of the cassette closed and I could slide the cassette out of the slot by hand. Bingo!

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Cassette Tape Deck Problem


Unit may have worn belts that are slipping. All cassette player belts are subject to deterioration even if recently installed. You may try ordering the belts yourself and have a service tech install them. The tech that installed belts 9 months ago may have used used belts. Although dishonest, it is common.

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If you haven't already done so, don't get overly forceful to avoid bending or breaking something. Often the cassette carriage mechanism is gear driven, and by moving the gear one direction or the other will unload the tape. You may need to disassemble the machine further to gain access to the drive mechanisim. Sometimes the carriage mech. can be entirely removed from the VCR by removing the attachment screws. Other times, these screws are made inaccessible by the tape itself. Look down on the right side of the carriage. If you do remove the carriage, mark the gear positioning first! as the gears must be positioned back exactly as they were from the manufacturer. You might need to employ the services of a technician if things are complicated.

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