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I just bought a used PDM510. Most everything seems to be in working order, however, I can't seem to enter record mode or hear audio through line inputs. I'm not sure if the machine is broken or if I'm doing something wrong! Any info would be very helpful. Thank you.

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To hear the audio fold back in prerecording mode you will need a tape that still has a security tab in it if not put some tape over the whole or even block the hole up

supply the tape unit with a good signal and then hold down the pause button and press the record and play button at the same time. you will then be able to monitor the sound you are about to record. use headphones as this to stops background noise in your ears and allows you to focus on the sound, "its another world inside your cans" adjust the input level until just peaking into the red. when you are ready to record leave the record button alone and the stop button and the play button just release the pause button and away you go. to stop press stop to stop recording say to cut out an advert or something just press pause.

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