Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Some dual decks use a common drive belt. It may have become too slack (due to age) to drive mechanism. I am sure its time to change all belts in both decks. This will solve the problem
Posted on Apr 23, 2008
What you have to do is you have to get the cassette door to slide up the track its on,you'll have to pry the top of the door out by quarter ends with the credit card or something because you're the door up off the track .with the cassette door now removed you now have access to the tape head ,press down on the head with a credit card,or something it will free the tape ,now you can remove your cassette, now you can replace your belts.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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