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I have a sansui d-95m cassette deck i put the tape in but no movement, motor is turning but nothing

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I have solved the problem it was the drive belt and I put a rubber band on it and work just as good as a new one.

Thank you very much for you help enyway.

Posted on Jun 26, 2008

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