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The tape deck auto reverse setting keeps switching the tape's sides over and over. How can I fix this?

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Although I placed both ends the necessary sensing foil ,when choose auto-reverse with my Akai GX-636 RtR only the right tension arm sense the foil and blocks without reversing.When in recording mode it...


I'm pretty sure the auto-reverse is NOT supposed to work during recording. What would be the point since it only records in one direction?

And I'm pretty sure there's only one reverse sensor, usually to the left of the heads and not necessarily on a tension arm. The sensor foil is supposed to be on the non-oxide side of the tape so it will adhere better and never contact the heads.

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http://www.oaktreevintage.com/web_photos/Reference_Photos/Akai_GX-365D_Front_Face_Off.jpg

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