I used a microcassette recorder set on the "1.2" speed rather than the "2.4" which works with my Lanier VW-260 microcassette transciption machine. I cannot get the tape to go slowly enough to hear it on the machine because I recorded at the wrong speed. Is there anything that I can do now?
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Turn the main power button "on" first, it is located on the skinny side of the recorder opposite of the function knob. Press eject to open the cassette door and install a microcassette tape, with the tape facing the function knob side. close the cassette door and that should load the tape and allow the tape head and pinch roller to move into place for recording or playback. pull the function knob down or push it up to record. If you go into record a red light should come "on" the top, to indicate good batteries and the record function is initiated. After recording pull the function knob all the way down to rewind the recording,when you release the button the unit goes into the play mode automatically. Make sure that the button that reads (off--- vor/fplay) is in the off position.
Hello the alarm that you are listen is the end of the tape alarm the reason it detect a fast motion and is warning you that the tape is almost to the end but if you don't agreed that the tape is almost to the end your unit needs service you can Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call (800) 644-9525. Please indicate model, serial and detailed description of problem
Yes your unit has the option for erase Just hold down the REW and Telephone button at the same time make sure that you really want to erase the tape and the auto back space when you relase the foot pedal is the button located inside the front door they called Recall thats for adjusting how long you want to go back. thanks and good luck, if you ever need any type of accssesory please go to at www.tvps.com for large selection for professional Transcription units service and accessories http://www.tvps.com/Departments/Dictation-Accessories/Headsets/Cassette.aspx
It is not a problem at all! The VW-210 & 260 was designed to utilize a two-step erase procedure to prevent accidential erasing of tapes.
1.) Press & HOLD down the TEL button
2.) Immediately press & HOLD down Rewind button UNTIL erase function starts then quickly release both buttons.
Most likley it is a bad motor or a broken belt. There is a seperate motor or FF and Rewind.. If the motor is bad it is likly that the motor control circuit board is bad also (motor shorts and takes out the board also). If there is no "click" when play is selected it could be the play solenoid is dirty and not engaging. I have repaired thousand of these units through the years and in spite of these issues they were a great sounding unit.
BTW this is true for the VW-210, VW-260, p-139 and simular units.
yes I have two lanier voice recorders one left hand and one right hand one power supply real cheap do not use them any more . listed on ebay as lanier vw-110 standard cassette dictator. If you still need them. Thank you John