Question about Audio Players & Recorders
My dual cassette deck is broken. One deck would not open and I had to force it open. (luckily, did not break it). I have kept both decks open since then. Now whenever I turn on the unit and use anything else, like the cd chamber, it makes a noise like the cassette is trying to realign itself. Ca-chunk, ca-chunk ca-chunk, etc. Is this worth fixing and does anybody work on stereo equipment anymore?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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It sounds like the belt is slipping or broken which monitors the speed of the tape movement. When you play or rewind the tape, it thinks the tape has reached the end of play and shuts off. You can try a different tape to make sure the tape does not have too much tension on it. If the second tape has the same result you will need to remove the top cover of the deck to inspect the tape drive mechanism. Make sure the belts and pulleys are clean and replace any belts which have glazing or cracks. If the belt is broken you will need to replace it with a compatible belt of the same length and width.
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