[TechAssist] Re: [TechAssist]RCA T19064 Combo sound warbles

this may be a stupid suggestion, but you may want to have a good look at the
back tension band. usually if you watch the back tension arm you will see it
not being very stable if this is the problem.i have found this to cause
audio warble, but not real often.
gary
CHAMBERS TV
BRADENTON,FL
SINCE 1982
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Sent: Friday, January 25, 2002 11:55 PM
Subject: [TechAssist] [TechAssist]RCA T19064 Combo sound warbles


>
> Need some help here. Picture/sound perfect thru TV on antenna. Picture
> perfect on VCR play, but sound WARBLES. The frequency of the warble
changes,
> depending on the playback speed(SP,LP,EP).
>
> Half-way suspect capstan motor, but I think that picture should show signs
> of wrong speed. When I load capstan motor with my finger, picture will
begin
> to streak. Drive on pinch roller seems smooth. When I input an ac input
> signal on the audio head, the ac signal seems to have warble also.(may be
my
> imagination?)
>
> Called RCA Tech Line(what an expensive waste!). They didn't have a clue.
The
> cap mtr is $40+, so this is not something I just want to try...
>
> Let me know if anyone has had this type problem and any possible solution
or
> some way to trouble shoot(verify)the problem.
>
> Paul W
> C&W Electronics
>
>
>
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