Tascam msr 16

Discussion in 'TASCAM Analog Forum' started by ezra, Apr 27, 2014.

  1. ezra

    ezra New Member

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    Hi everybody
    I have a problem with my great msr 16
    one of the reel motor is out-axis
    I think I have to change it but I don't know the model
    Maybe I could have an msr 24 motor but I don't know if could be a good substitute
    any advice would be appreciated
    ezra
  2. Tangled in a tape

    Tangled in a tape New Member

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    The take-up and rew motor's part number is "5370005300" ... and description is "Motor, DC Reel. The model should be logged in the motor chassis. Sorry for my bad english.
  3. witzendoz

    witzendoz Active Member

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    I am not sure about the MSR24 motor, but I seem to remember that a TSR8 motor was the same, someone correct me if I am wrong.
    Alan.
  4. Tangled in a tape

    Tangled in a tape New Member

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    MSR24's and TSR8's reel motors are not the same ....
    In MSR24 part number and description are: 5370009400 Motor, DC Reel
    In TSR8_ part number and description are: 5370008400 Motor, Reel DC
  5. wkrbee

    wkrbee Active Member

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    Most likely it's the reel table assy- not the motor
  6. Tangled in a tape

    Tangled in a tape New Member

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    The page 7-7 of the Maintenance Section shows three screws that must be tight... If one looses, then the motor axis inclines to de opposed radius.