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SOUND 'WEAVE' IN AND OUT

ONE CASSETTE TAPE (SOUND WEAVES IN AND OUT), BUT OTHER CASSETTES SOUND O.K. THIS IS JUST A GENERIC CASSETTE. I COULD NOT FIND A PRODUCT MATCH.

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KINDLY Check that cassette with another player unit
if the problem still
Chek your cassette"s spangestand inside of cassette was properly placed.
ok all the best.

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