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Versión actual por: jayeff ,

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Hi @spencer11234
 
It may be a loose (worn) drive belt or a dirty pinch roller or capstan.
 
You may have to dis-assemble the radio to gain access the cassette deck to inspect the belt and clean the pinch roller and capstan.
 
If it is the belt, unfortunately I have been unable to locate a supplier of the part.
 
I found this [http://marrscommunications.com/toshiba-cassette-belts-lifetime-guarantee|supplier] but it appears as though the belts are listed by cassette deck model and not the model number of the device they’re installed in.
 
Hopefully the cassette deck model number is printed somewhere on your cassette deck and you can locate a drive belt using the deck number
Hopefully the cassette deck model number is printed somewhere on your cassette deck and you can locate a drive belt using the deck number

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Aporte original por: jayeff ,

Texto:

Hi @spencer11234

It may be a loose (worn) drive belt or a dirty pinch roller or capstan.

You may have to dis-assemble the radio to gain access the cassette deck to inspect the belt and clean the pinch roller and capstan.

If it is the belt, unfortunately I have been unable to locate a supplier of the part.

I found this [http://marrscommunications.com/toshiba-cassette-belts-lifetime-guarantee|supplier] but it appears as though the belts are listed by cassette deck model and not the model number of the device they’re installed in.

Hopefully the cassette deck model is printed somewhere on your cassette deck and you can locate a drive belt using the deck number

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