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CR8003 TAPE RECORDER

I NEED RECORDING TAPE NUMBER THAT GOES WITH THE CR8003 TAPE RECORDER

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Hello may be you try to say what type of tapes used your unit, if yes it is a micro cassette size see link for some available for your unit. http://www.tvps.com/Departments/Dictation-Accessories/Cassette-Tapes/Micro.aspx

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