Question about Sony Walkman WM-D6C Personal Cassette Player
Inside the unit, theres a capacitor or something on the circuit board that has a little phillips head screw area on it, that if you turn it either clockwise or counter clockwise, you can adjust the speed of the cassette playback. This is usually a silver metal thing sticking up somewhere inside kind of shaped like a letter "U'. the inside of the "U' is a round insert like I said with a phillips head screwdriver cut out. just turn that inner piece left or right while playing a cassette to your desired speed.
Posted on Mar 24, 2011
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