Question about Audio Players & Recorders
There could be many possibilities. Without looking at the machine, it would be tough to diagnose any fault. If you have experience in dealing with electronics i could provide you few pointers.There could be 3 main possibilities :-
1. Bad circuit board which could cause the tape to be ejected as soon as you would press button.
2. On these models, there is a mode switch.The mode switch is not necessarily located directly on the PCB, it is often screwed to the tape deck chassis. It can be hidden by gears or arms. Look for a switch that has multiple position and is activated by any mechanical parts that is related to cassette/tape loading. You can try to clean this switch instead of replacing it.
3. Problem with gears and cams. This needs a tech to take care of it.
Posted on Aug 20, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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