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There should be a button or switch that will select the recording deck and the dubbing deck. You put a blank tape into the recording deck and the pre-recorded one into the play deck. Pressing the record button on the dubbing deck, on some models should start the play deck running. If not press play on that deck.
If I were you I would get that side repaired for the following reasons 1) the wear on the record head is the same on the B whether you record or play 2) the gap is a compromise if it is a record/play head and for play back only the quality is better albeit only seen on instruments . 3) Cassette machines will be very dear and scarce as the factories appeared to have stopped making them. If you have the quantity as I have then if your record side's head is more of value as you cannot record on the head 4) Is your recording side a "3 head " unit giving you "off the tape" recording capability.5) You loose the ability to do trick recording by adding voice with music This is the reasons for the time being If it is the unit in your pic then it was a very expensive unit
You may find what you are looking for in another manual. Denon has some manuals on their website www.denon.com. Look for SUPPORT tab, then service manual. On the bottom of that page, they have info for some discontinued models. Read them and you may have the answer to your questions
There should be a DUB button. After you push the DUB button, you will have another button that will allow you to select Dub form 1-2 or 2-1. If not there will only be one deck that will play while the other records and plays. Put the tape to be coppied in the play deck and the blank tape in the record deck push record and it should work.
There is an outside chance your tape cassett has a static charge. Tape in plastic case of cassette can build up significant electrical static which can partially discharge as tape is run. It can sound like random thumps, ticks, pops ect. Wrap cassette in a damp (not dripping wet) cloth, for several hours, then try again. This can also happen to the reels and drive rollers of the deck