hello, im not familiar with that particular model, but on most any cassete player the motor is turned on via a leaf or micro switch, i would try actuating the switches till you you find which one makes motor turn on, it could have just been pushed out of the way of contact >From: "Jeff Dougherty" <jeff@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> >Reply-To: techassist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx >To: "Techsonline" <techassist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> >Subject: [TechAssist] A/V TEAC A-103, no cassette motor voltage >Date: Tue, 14 Aug 2001 21:24:29 -0400 > > >Hello, >I don't do many audio/video and I thought this was a simple belt >replacement. >I examined it prior to replacing belts and the motor would rotate. Replaced >belts, now motor won't. >Motor is fine, I checked all the wires, they are all still in place. Only >thing, I can think, I may have moved a lever out of place. It goes in to >play mode, but cassette motor will not rotate. >Caps and resistor on cassette board OK. > >Jeff > >FAX 1-413-280-0677 >Jeff Dougherty **Vacation 8/27 to 8/30** >Intrepid Video & Electronics >501 Luther Rd >Harrisburg, PA 17111 >717-909-8844 >VCR tips, electronics info & general interest. >www.intrepid-video.com www.tech-repair.net www.thetoolcaddy.com > > > >Help make your TechAssist online repair tips >database better! Submit your fixes here: >http://www.circuitwork.com/techassist/tip/#tips >To unsubscribe write to: >techassist-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx >with unsubscribe in the subject line. _________________________________________________________________ Get your FREE download of MSN Explorer at http://explorer.msn.com/intl.asp Help make your TechAssist online repair tips database better! Submit your fixes here: http://www.circuitwork.com/techassist/tip/#tips To unsubscribe write to: techassist-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx with unsubscribe in the subject line.