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TA-RW255 DUAL CASSETTE DECK

BOTH DECKS PLAY FOR 5 SECONDS AND THEN STOPS . FOR UNIT ONKYO TA-RW255

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  • KF1047 Apr 11, 2008

    NO LUCK GUYS.

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Unplug the power cable from the wall for 10 seconds and try again, this will reset the tape transport microcomputer and should help. If the problem is still occuring then the microcomputer or transport might might be faulty, you could open the unit and make sure any belt, gears, and other mechanisms look in place.

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    Dean Joly Apr 14, 2008

    It would seem as if the machine thinks it is at the end of the tape and stops. It is probably binding on something. You didn't say if it was happening to both decks or just on one side. Also knowing if it will FF or RW would be useful too. Thanks.

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Hi,

Did you try a hard reset by unpluging all the cords form back for 30min and then plug it back.I'll let you know if there is any service manual available.

Goodluck..

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Have you check and make sure that the belts are working well?
Is the pinch roller working (spinning)?
A worn out belt will make the mechanism not to operate properly resulting in shutdown to avoid damage to the tapes.

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  • Jaime Hernandez Apr 12, 2008

    If try to fast forward or rewind the tape, Does it work?

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