However, as I recall from recording 3-4 years ago, deck 2 is the recording deck and all the other six are play only. So, it doesn't make sense to load as you wrote (blank in Deck 1, source in Deck 2). Despite that, I tried it as suggested. It didn't work.
Is there a chance you can scan or copy the page(s) and send to me via e-mail file, fax or snail? I'll be happy to reimburse you.
Instructions, by the way, may be the same for all four Pioneer Multi-Cassette Deck Models CT-WM60R, CT-WM62R, CT-WM70R and CT-WM77R.
In advance, thanks for any responses. Still needing to and waiting to record!
I have the CT-WM62R and love it. I need to have it sent in for a small repair. The left speaker jack on the back no longer works. I want to rebuild my entertainment system and want to use it again, been in storage for past 7 years. Powers up and plays fine, minus the jack problem. I do not know where I can send it in to be serviced though. Anyone have any ideas or recommendations??? Any help would be appreciated.
Sounds like a simple re-solder job to me. You can query pioneerelectronics.com to find the authorized service center closest to you. My experience is that for $60 you should get your speaker jack fixed and get the deck checked over and cleaned. Good luck. CM
I need some help with this model as well. There are two meters in the middle of the display marked N Hub and L Hub. What the hell are they? And does anyone know where or how to get the owner's manual for this pup?
I have a Pioneer CT-WM70R...Mint condition. It has about 15 hours of time on the heads as it was my father -in-laws and he never used it. he recieved it new as well. It ius up for sale If anyone isinterested..email me at Pmendill@midsouth.rr.com
I really could use a copy of the owners manual for a PIONEER multi-cassette changer, model ct-WM62R. It was given to me by a friend and the door for the multi-cassette doesnt open. If someone can dig one up and scan it and post it or email it. I would really appreciate it.
To Axp33 I do not have Manual for CT-WM70R! I do have the manual for Pioneer CT-M6R. It is a 6 cassette play and record on all 6 tapes in the unit. If this is the manual you need, let me know at my emzil address you sent me a email to on the 30 Jan 2007. Larry K. Thanks L.
I just got a CT-M6R (no instructions). Is there a trick to getting it to play? I put a tape in, hit the play button. Saw some flashing lights and then got Err on the display. Also tried hitting the button corresponding to the tray it was in. Same thing. Am I missing something? It was supposedly in working condition when shipped. Thanks.
Oh man, I was amazed to find this was the first link on Google when I searched "n-hub l-hub" (I too was wondering what those things mean!).
I have a CT-M5R; six cassette changer. Bought it on eBay from a self-proclaimed Deadhead. In any case, it works, but from what I understand you cannot do dubbing on this deck. I record from other sources all the time (and with good quality too). If any of you have the manual, that would be a HUGE help. Thank you very much in advance.