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Lubrication on the X2000R deck by skywaveTDR
The Capstans are oiled when you do the new belt. I do it by removing the motor mount plate with the 5 larger screws from the rear of deck. Then I pull the flywheels out one at a time and place AMS synthetic oil in the bearing. I put about 3-4 drop ...
What is the wiring for the Teac capstan motor? by skywaveTDR
Credit for this post goes to skywaveTDR. The Brown wires are the tach coils and have no polarity the red and white wires are DC lines and that depends on the direction the motor is suppose to spin for what drive you have to hook to it. The caps ...
ABSENTEE LOVER by bobby lee

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by skywaveTDR - 1 week ago
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by skywaveTDR - 1 week ago
There may be some but the job is so simple that there really is not a video needed. Things to be aware of and deal with is when you pull the flywheels out for lubrication. The rubber seals ...
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