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Sony SLV-750HF won't rewind

Discussion in 'Electronic Repair' started by Sam Hathaway, Feb 5, 2004.

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  1. Sam Hathaway

    Sam Hathaway Guest

    Hi,

    I'm trying to repair a second-hand Sony SLV-750HF. It's much nicer than the
    mono JVC unit I'm using now, and I'd really like to be able to use it.

    The problem is that the supply reel won't turn in reverse. This causes
    rewinding, playing in reverse, and ejecting to not work. The tape just
    piles up inside the deck -- no error codes.

    I replaced a broken supply capstan gear, but that didn't fix the rewind
    problem. All the visible gears in the little "transmission" between the
    reels (what is the correct term for this?) seem to be in working order. The
    unit is fairly clean.

    I've taken the top cover off of the "transmission", but I'm hesitant to
    take the bottom cover off, since it looks like a thousand tiny parts will
    come flying out. Does anyone have any ideas?

    Thanks!
    -sam
     
  2. Walker

    Walker Guest

    This may help some.

    http://www.fixer.com/dbase/sony/slv750hfs5.shtml#TAR2
     
  3. Sam Hathaway

    Sam Hathaway Guest

    [/QUOTE]
    than the > mono JVC unit I'm using now, and I'd really like to be able to
    use it.causes > rewinding, playing in reverse, and ejecting to not work. The tape
    just > piles up inside the deck -- no error codes.rewind > problem. All the visible gears in the little "transmission"
    between the > reels (what is the correct term for this?) seem to be in
    working order. The > unit is fairly clean.to > take the bottom cover off, since it looks like a thousand tiny parts
    will > come flying out. Does anyone have any ideas?
    Thanks for the pointer. I took a look at that page, but it doesn't look
    like half load arm is the problem. It really looks like it's a problem with
    the supply spindle(?) itself or one of the gears that drives it.
    -sam
     
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