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Onkyo cassette deck , model TA 2056

Hi, my function processor chip needs replacing. I cannot seem to find the part. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks Buntin

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Hi,
I can give you this link. You can download the service manual of this Onkyo. I hope it will be usable for you.
When you get to the site using the link it is possible that you have to wait a little bit to be able to download.
After waiting you should see a button as "Get Manual" and simply click on it and save the file.
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Where can I find a repair manual to replace belts on my Onkyo Stereo Cassette Tape Deck TA-630d

I have found a service manual for you that can be downloaded free:

http://elektrotanya.com/onkyo_ta-630m-sm-tape-deck.pdf/download.html

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My cassette deck Onkyo model Ta 2060 is working slowly

HELLO

By the fault you describe this sounds very much like a belt problem. Take the case off the deck and check the belt(s). Some decks can use more than one belt and you need to look at their condition.

Are they too slack around pulleys maybe? Belts don't last forever and I'm not too sure of the age of your deck. But personally, I would change them all.

Make sure the tape path is clean as well, clean heads, pinch roller and capstan.


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i bought some today from **** smith electronic store , i paid $7.97 for a pack of ten assorted sizes
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It's not worth repairing. I would find something else in good condition
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The gearing and rubber parts involved in FF or REW vs. play are different. This unit should be overhauled and all of the rubber parts replaced.
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