[DML] Re: craig W460 cassette mechanism
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[DML] Re: craig W460 cassette mechanism

Thanks for the idea. The drive belt is in fine condition. The problem
is that nothing will cause the motor to activate. There's no
mechanical movement and the unit will not inject a tape. I did take
the motor out of circuit and apply power and it does spin, so it's
something logic based. Oh well. The owner of this car told me he's not
worried about tape operation. I went ahead and fixed the flex cable on
the display and reassembled the unit for AM/FM operation only. 

Thanks for all the replies. Does anyone want a PDF of the service manual?

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "cbl1739" <cbl302@...> wrote:
> Just like in the old fashion VCR's...The weak points were the rubber 
> bands or belts, when the cassette was rejected,it was usually caused 
> by 
> the rubber bands or belts or whatever you want to call them...going 
> bad...over time they either stretch or just fall off or break from 
> age,if the cassette senses,something wrong,with the rubber bands, it 
> will reject the 
> tape.Problem is trying to find new  rubber bands for that 
> radio..........
> Hope that helps.

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