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Car tape player ejects cassette

My 2003 Toyota Camry comes with tape, CD and radio. I used a mp3 adapter cassette in the tape player to play songs from my mp3 player. From yesterday onwards, the adapter cassette is being ejected.

How can I fix this? I thought about removing the tape player unit but could not know.

Pl. help
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    I have a ford taurus 1996 and it is doing the same thing it just spits the adapter out.... please help

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it sounds like the cd cassette is stuck, we had the same problem on a JVC unit, we had to pull it apart, remove the cd and put it back together. this did work

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sorry it needs to be removed and sent to a elctronics repair shop. there is no easy fix.

Posted on Nov 17, 2009

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