Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Hi. I have this 8track casette recorder that, when you put a tape in to play, the tape unit does its' auto stop thing after a couple of seconds.
The cassette unit doesn't have the little finger poking down to measure tape tension - I have no idea how it works.
I've pulled it apart once before and given it a good clean, checked the belts, wheels and cleaned the pinch roller which wanted a bit of fine paper to rough it back up again, and it's still the same.
After a couple of weeks rest, I'm ready to take it on again - what can I be looking out for?
Many thanx and I appreciate you help.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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