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Duraband DBD VR01

Blown power supply
IC 101 Marked as 1207a PAJP 8 PIN DIL
Can you supply detals on ic and values of other listed components and were to obtain service components

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Call manufacturer service/parts department for part numbers and ordering instructions

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A low hum that becomes louder as my Akai GX365 D Reel to reel Tape recorder warms up.

Capacitors are good at causing hum, but it could be something like a semiconductor. Since it's in both speakers you are looking for something common to both channels. So could be in the power supply part. Another possible culprit is an IC where both channels go in. IC and Transistors that cause problems as the get hot can be traced by blasting the device with Servisol Freeze Spray. You wait while it's at its worse. Then spray the suspected devices one at a time. If the hum, goes when sprayed you should have found the faulty part!

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Need drive belt for a AKAI GXC-709D tape recorder, .015 thick x .150 widex4" D. full circle

Take these measurement and either look on the MCM Electronics web site or Mat Electronics web site. The Diameter does not help much the measurement they use is Inner circumference or IC. The IC is near double the length id the belt is pinch and measured on a scale. Also allow for the belt being stretched so you may need a belt 5-10% less than the old one.
If you can not figure this out then just contact Marrs Communications and tell him the model and he will have the belt kit but this is more expensive.

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I would have to look but their failure is not very common. I have a lot of Teac ICs here. Skywave Tape Deck Repair- let me know.

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There is no sound from the speakers of the device as it needs a new sound IC so i need the number of that IC to buy it

I assuming that you can't read the number of the IC because it's damaged. However what anyone (here at FixYa) will need to know is the model make and number of your tape deck to help you further.

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Unit looks to be working fine but I get no out-put on line out. Both 1 and 2 decks were ran and problem is on both decks

Often a micro switch can break that cuts off the sound, look around for them.
Otherwise it sounds like a amp problem. It is also something that common to both channels. Maybe an IC that both channels goes into, or perhaps the IC is not getting power.

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Sounds like either the head is open circuit or more likely the pre-amp for the 8-track has gone. Follow the leads from the head and it should lead you to the PC board of the amp. Check for broken connections first. You should get the pre-amp to buzz by touching the terminals where the head leads join. As you are getting no sound from either channel it might be the power to the board. But if you see a single IC it might have gone. For the power option (if the channels are seperate) suspect the largest electrolytic capacitor on the pre-amp board first.
By the way if you get a buzz from both channels the head has gone.

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Follow the left channel lead to where it joins with the PCB. Use a pointed tool and prod connections if you get a buzz then that stage in the amp is working. I suspect you will find it leads to a IC that might cause the fault. If you find it buzzers on the right but not left, then it's gone. PS don't short pins. If you can get hold of a signal injector it will make things easy.
Be careful and good luck.

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Ic location

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