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Neither of my soni rx88 cassette deck, A or B is

Neither of my soni rx88 cassette deck, A or B, is working. The little brown wheels keep dropping off and when I stuck them back on the decks make a funny noise when I try to play a tape and the direction arrows switch to the opposite direction and either stop or turn the stereo to stanby

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The little brown wheel... Do you mean the rubber idler pulleys that are brown because they've never been cleaned? If they fell off they'll need to be replaced properly by a tech.

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