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rjaa there are multiples reasons why this can happen. From hardened pinch rollers, hardened idler wheel which causes lack of take-up torque, bent capstans, poor tape guide alignment or the drive hub could be slow or not moving at all, while the pinch roller is still feeding the ribbon, and many more. You will have to disassemble your recorder and take a good look at what is going on. Check the rollers for sure and clean the capstan shaft and rollers. The drive belt is a highly unlikely cause. Since it is very similar to the M-430 these guides might help [[Topic:Sony M-430 Microcassette-Corder]] If unsure of what you are looking at you can always post some images with your question. Use this guide https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/Adding+images+to+an+existing+question/21499#comment-417084 for that. Also, this manual will help you out further [document|4703]
rjaa there are multiples reasons why this can happen. From hardened pinch rollers, hardened idler wheel which causes lack of take-up torque, bent capstans, poor tape guide alignment or the drive hub could be slow or not moving at all, while the pinch roller is still feeding the ribbon, and many more. You will have to disassemble your recorder and take a good look at what is going on. Check the rollers for sure and clean the capstan shaft and rollers. The drive belt is a highly unlikely cause. Since it is very similar to the M-430 these guides might help [[Topic:Sony M-430 Microcassette-Corder]] If unsure of what you are looking at you can always post some images with your question. Use this guide https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/Adding+images+to+an+existing+question/21499#comment-417084 for that. Also, this manual will help you out further [document|4703]

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rjaa there are multiples reasons why this can happen. From hardened pinch rollers, hardened idler wheel which causes lack of take-up torque, bent capstans, poor tape guide alignment or the drive hub could be slow or not moving at all, while the pinch roller is still feeding the ribbon, and many more. You will have to disassemble your recorder and take a good look at what is going on. Check the rollers for suresure and clean the capstan shaft and rollers. The drive belt is a highly unlikely cause. Since it is very similar to the M-430 these guides might help [[Topic:Sony M-430 Microcassette-Corder]]
rjaa there are multiples reasons why this can happen. From hardened pinch rollers, hardened idler wheel which causes lack of take-up torque, bent capstans, poor tape guide alignment or the drive hub could be slow or not moving at all, while the pinch roller is still feeding the ribbon, and many more. You will have to disassemble your recorder and take a good look at what is going on. Check the rollers for suresure and clean the capstan shaft and rollers. The drive belt is a highly unlikely cause. Since it is very similar to the M-430 these guides might help [[Topic:Sony M-430 Microcassette-Corder]]

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rjaa there are multiples reasons why this can happen. From  hardened pinch rollers, hardened idler wheel which causes lack of take-up torque, bent capstans, poor tape guide alignment or the drive hub could be slow or not moving at all, while the pinch roller is still feeding the ribbon, and many more. You will have to disassemble your recorder and take a good look at what is going on. Check the rollers for sure. The drive belt is a highly unlikely cause. Since it is very similar to the M-430 these guides might help [[Topic:Sony M-430 Microcassette-Corder]]

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