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More likely is the need to have the Pinch Roller linkage cleaned and greased. The capstan belt can be an issue but they surprisingly have lasted this long many times. They are stretched from over the years but not to specs- I would replace all belts in the deck and do a lot of other maintenance as well. I bet the Pinch Roller is gummed up- they usually are due to the grease they used. I know these machines as I am a past Teac Technician from Chicago Factory Service- I now operate Skywave Tape Deck Repair.
Posted on Apr 12, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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