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Offline bigwurock

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anyone still fix a D-7
« on: September 27, 2005, 11:23:35 PM »
i have been having problems with my D-7....just was wondering if anyone knows of anyone that still fixes them..a few weeks ago i recorded from the sbd and had alot of pops & digi noise on the tape..played the tape in both in the D-7 and on my home dat player...but if you play around with the d-7 after awhile the pop go down but still happen once in awhile...the next show i did..i hit record and it shows it was recording, numbers moving ect...but the tape did not move...at the end of the set it was still at the begiining of the tape..any ideas or any info where i can send in to see what is wrong...drop me a pm or post here..
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Re: anyone still fix a D-7
« Reply #1 on: September 27, 2005, 11:28:23 PM »
Might not be worth the cost of repair but try Paul @ pro digital
 (610) 353-2400
prodigitalinc.com
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