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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Tape deck won't play.
From being a Pro-tech and working on these and other like them I'd say it's the main belt+ idler wheel that has worn out.
Very challenging job to do..Like knightstar7 said
Posted on Feb 09, 2009
By the fault you describe this sounds very much like a belt problem. Take the case off the deck and check the belt(s). Some decks can use more than one belt and you need to look at their condition.
Are they too slack around pulleys maybe? Belts don't last forever and I'm not too sure of the age of your deck. But personally, I would change them all.
Make sure the tape path is clean as well, clean heads, pinch roller and capstan.
Posted on Dec 16, 2009
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