Okay folks, something horrid has happened: My old 4-track recorder, used now primarily for transferring data to my digital multi-track equipment got dropped recently. After this, the belt that the unit uses to move the drive system appears to have jumped the capstan. I re-seated the belt, but the whole unit is now about 20% slower than it was, even when set at its fastest. I have about ten years worth of four-track tapes I'm attempting to transfer to CD-r, any suggestions to try and speed this beastie up? Could it be that an internal speed setting got jostled somehow? It fell about two to three feet to a carpeted floor. Ideas?