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JVC CD portable system RC-X270/X260 us/u Problem: Won't record casette tapes, but will play them. When attempting to record over a recorded tape, it simply erases the tape. CD, tuner both work fine.

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  • Geddes Jun 15, 2008

    Tried both Tuner and CD. Neither resulted in a recording on the cassette.

  • Geddes Jun 15, 2008

    It worked for two years. Do the wires come loose or somehow get disconnected? I can try resoldering if you think that really is the problem.

  • Anonymous Mar 25, 2014

    how to record vinyl records, cassette tapes?

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Sorry to tell you that these players are famous for coming out of the factory with wire leads broken from their mounts.

You will have to dig into the guts of your player and find the loose wiring and resolder it in place.

If you don't feel qualified to do this perhaps you know a friend or neighbor that can. Lacking that a repair shop will fix it for you. But, you have to decide if the cost of repair outweighs the cost of replacing your portable player.

Sorry to bear this bad news to you.

Regards,
Worldvet

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    Glenn Rogers Jun 15, 2008

    This is a situation where it works or doesn't. The mechanical function is fine as it erases the tape, but is not actually, it is not receiving a signal to record. So, in the 'erasing' it is actually recording no signal at all. Therefore the wiring is broken off by your regular use and poor soldering at the factory. You will find this loose wire on th e board or at the record head.

    Regards,
    Worldvet

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When you're recording, what is the source ? CD ?

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