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This is normal if the cassette tape has a broken tab. Try a different cassette or inspect the cassette to ensure that the write protect tab is not removed. where to look? On the cassette opposite side to where the tape is there are two possible places, each on the side of the cassette case. The broken tab is a feature that prevents accidental recording over an existing program. It also stops the record button from being pushed. The tab is a plastic part that is easy to break with a pen tip.
hi.....can you check if the rola ( that has teath and roling the tape ) in ur cassette adapter is actually turinig easy because whith the new cassettes if it is hard they swich the sides thinking that the tape finished if they hard try to losen them......hopfully that wil work