Category: Classic Rock

Noise-2 - Festering Puke - Rides Again (Cassette)


  1. Doll says:
    Oct 28,  · How to Stop Annoying Clicking Sounds in iCar or Car Connecting Pack Cassette to Audio-Jack Adapter. - Duration: Joshua Madison 30, views.
  2. Nikok says:
    Jan 03,  · Records sound great and work fine, radio is spot on, but whenever I put in a cassette it makes a loud buzzing sound. Is thee a way to clean the cassettes? I have old recording of my grandpa singing his music on cassettes, I wouldn't want them to go to waste. Please help! 0 ac Commendable. Mar 25, 42 0.
  3. Juzshura says:
    Apr 26,  · If the cassette can be wobbled, then there could be your cause. Check top jockey is dead in-line with the sprockets - look at bike from low down and behind. Also check the jockey isn't fowling the cassette teeth - you need to adjust the 'B' screw - it's a small secrew that sits at the back of the rear mech near where it's bolted to the frame.
  4. Kigalkree says:
    My outback tape deck, which I use primarily to listen to my phone via a cassette adaptor, has recently started making a very loud buzzing/humming noise. It does this with both my old and a new adaptor, as well as a standard audio tape. I could try using a head cleaner on the tape deck, but my impression is that this isn’t what typically would happen if the head needs cleaning, and I don.
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  6. Nigor says:
    Dec 18,  · Any cassette deck will need service over time due to perishable rubber parts such as belts, idlers,and pinch rollers. Parts like capacitors change value with age or leak. Parts for many cassette decks are not available, too expensive. or bad quality. Restoring one is not cheap and only worth while on the top of the line models.
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  8. Kazrahn says:
    Nov 30,  · Buzz In Portable Cassette Player Reply to Thread. Discussion in 'Troubleshooting and Repair' started by Jesuit24, Nov 28, Search Forums; Anyway. If I were you, I'd pop it apart again and see if changing some wire positioning helps. Nov 29, #7. KrisBlueNZ Sadly passed away in 8, 1, Nov 28,
  9. Kekora says:
    This is the correct answer. For anyone who doesn't see it, look very close at the point where the chain first touches the cassette, at to of the video posted. You can clearly see the chain catch the ramp of the next highest sprocket, then drop back onto the correct sprocket again, creating the problematic noise.

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