Over the years many square/contra/round dance callers have been captured
on cassette tapes. I have a good collection of these dating back to the
early 70's. Some I have recorded. Some I have acquired. I listen to
them often for choero ideas and enjoyment.
I have a few tapes which have broken midway. I know how to splice them,
but what if the tape is broken at the beginning attachment to the reel?
How can they be fixed? It appears to me that the entire plastic case
needs to be taken apart and start from there.
In another circumstance, some tapes are sluggish or have a lot of
friction when they turn, some to the point that the machine will shut
off thinking it is at the end of the tape. How do I fix that? Can new
cases be bought and the media itself be reinserted?
Does anyone offer repair services? Don Ward, can you do this?
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