Question about Kenwood CT 401 Hi-Fi Stereo Dual Cassette Deck Single Dual Cassette Deck

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Kenwood cassette receiver rx-28

There is a light on the panel that tells me that the tape deck is continually playing when it isnt. i cannot clear this. this is affecting the rest of my hi fi.
Could you please tell me how to clear this, if at all posible.
thanks

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  • dbhyrfn bged Apr 27, 2008

    knightstar7,

    Thanks for answering. The only info I have on the unit is on each piece of the unit is : Stereo Receiver cassette RX - 28

    Turntable p-28

    CD Player DP-28

    Stereo Graphic Equalizer GE-28

    Tape Deck Dolby 8NR

    There is no model no, & the reason I need help is the manual has "done a runner"! This did happen once before & I can't remember what I did, but it rectified it.

  • Anonymous May 11, 2010

    Not knowing what kind of unit you have, I can't offer much

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There are sensor leaf switches that may not be contacting properly or the drive belt may be too slack to position meachanism properly. Have it checked by pro/tech

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