Question about Audio Players & Recorders
The most likely problem is with the belt that goes around the flywheels of the deck. You would need to take the cassette deck out of the unit and check it out to be sure. If the belt has come off or is broken, it needs to be replaced with the same type of belt and then it needs to be put back on in the exact way it is meant to be put on. This is something that may not be very easy for you to do unless you have some experience with this sort of repair. Taking apart a cassette deck can cause more problems with it, if it is not put back together perfectly.
The best solution for you would probably be to take it in to a repair center. If you decide to try it yourself, I am willing to offer help, but I do advise against it if you have no experience with them.
Let me know if you want more help,
Posted on Jul 26, 2008
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