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My teac 4110 won't play when i push play but will fast in both directions?

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SOURCE: Teac A170S won't play, RW, FF, or record.

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Can you hear the motor running, when you press any of the Play, Rew or FF buttons?. Just place your ear very close to the player and listen to it. If the answer is 'yes', the drive belt is broken or slipped off. You have to replace the drive belt. If the answer is 'no' the motor of your device's drive mechanism has damaged, and should be replaced. OK.

WISH YOU A PROSPEROUS 2012.
Gopakumar G, Kerala State, South India.

Posted on Dec 26, 2011

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