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Technics Stereo Cassette Deck TR 474 Deck does not record from cassette to cassette and does not playback. It appears to be a mechanical fault.

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  • spoutnik81 Apr 06, 2009

    I have a technics rs tr 474 cassette deck, and it refuses to playback on either cassette.
    The tape is running, so not a belt problem.
    The display shows full level on each channel.
    Anyone has an idea?
    Thanks


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That problem is in the rubber belt change it...

hope this may help;

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