Had to take a part to remove my cassette and now parts have come off ...how to put back together the cassette adapter
If you can't reassemble your cassette player, my beast advice, don't spend good money repairing it. You should consider the option of removing it completely and install an MP3 player. Cassette tecnology is outdated. The quality of cassette recordnings never have been good, the "hissing" is always present, even in some of the best quality recordings (well, just fine for casual listening while driving a car), the ribbons entangle - sometimes I had to remove it in pieces form my old player in my late car etc...
Finally, I don't believe anyone can give you instructions how to reassemble a device without even having idea about make, model and the damage it has.
If you really want to repair ir, you should find a repair service to do it.
Aug 30, 2015 |
Cars & Trucks