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Playback speed when playing a prerecorded tape, the voices and speed are too fast

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  • buzzard551 Sep 28, 2008

    playback on my teac w-45 sterio double cassette deck is fast, how do i slow it down?

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Deck probably has a failing drive motor. Take in for service

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