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    22-2 tape contacts heads during ff/rw?

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    On a 22-2, should I be able to hear some faint audio while fast forwarding or rewinding - or is my deck in need of some adjustment? Any help would be appreciated.

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    I am not sure about this. But I have had 3 22-2,s and all of them did it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joe lp View Post
    On a 22-2, should I be able to hear some faint audio while fast forwarding or rewinding - or is my deck in need of some adjustment? Any help would be appreciated.
    It's normal for most machines.
    Rick Ruskin
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