Question about Tascam 122MKIII Single Dual Cassette Deck
Scott has a point. You need to determine what is causing the unit to stop and it could be a bad cam motor belt if it has one or the lack of take-up die to the bad idler or even a dead spot on the reel motor. The reel motor will work normally at high speeds due to inertia but at low speeds as are used in play the dead spot of the motor can become much more apparent.
Posted on Apr 30, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There is an idler wheel behind the platen ( black plate behind the cassette)..replace the idler wheel.
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Posted on Mar 25, 2010
You have not mentioned the model. Hope you have checked the belt and the motor that drives teh main capstain and the reel drives. If this does not work then replace and proceed. Also the pinch roller could be defective and not holding pressure to the spindle. Check the roller for hardening of the rubbers. replace if this is faulty. I hope with the set loaded with a tape you can find which drive is not spinning to take up. This should be able to confirm you with the right section. Hope this helps. Good day
Posted on Jul 20, 2010
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