Question about Dual Audio Players & Recorders
Sometimes this is due to the tape not being pinched between the capstan and the rubber roller.
Make sure there is no slack in the tape when you put it in the deck. See if you can observe the tape going down over the capstan on the correct side.
If this isn't the problem, then the mechanism that engages the capstan roller may not to be working. In most cases, the rubber roller is mounted on the same mechanism that moves the record-play head against the tape. If this mechanism isn't moving, that would cause the problems you describe.
Posted on Mar 15, 2008
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Your best bet is to contact MCM electronics and use their cross-reference service to get a more common belt number. They should have the belts that you need. I would give you the numbers, but I don't have a listing for your specific model.
Keep us posted.
Posted on Mar 04, 2009
There are some rubber parts inside (belt,idler tire) that require changing. This is normal for a unit of this age. Expect a parts cost in the $10-$15 range. Any audio repair shop should be able to perform this repair.<br /> <br /> Dan
Posted on Aug 24, 2010
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