Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Hi! We're trying to identify the polarity of an old GE 3-5025A cassette player so that we can properly install a replacement universal power adapter and not destroy the cassette player.
Do you know this model's polarity?
SOURCE: Cassette player not working
Cassette players usually have a little rubber band that connects the motor to the spindles. If everything else is fine, I would suggest seeing if it slipped off somehow (or got cracked and snapped)
Posted on Jul 15, 2007
i own the exact same drive. i'm looking for a spare power supply, came across this website, and saw your problem. the power supply is 12 volts dc at 2 amps. the connector that gets plugged into the hard drive: center pin is power (positive) and outer "shield" is ground (negative). hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 17, 2010
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