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Rance, possibly errer code will go away if your battery was unhooked for ten minutes and reconnect.
E10 : Tight tape error
Cause: A restricted casset tape transport or broken cassette drive belt
Substitute a different tape. If there still is an error code, service the unit at an dealer/ Service Center.
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if its a radio shack radio, it means E13 means "Tape Communication Error". It is caused by the microprocessor reading speed pulses from the tape deck either too fast, most other makes mean about the same thing, normally a stuck tape will cause this code to show up, either that or the drive gear that loads and unloads the tape is broken, cracked, or jammed
The switch inside the tape player needs to be cleaned or replaced. The dealers send out all radois to a repair shop that is an authorized repair facility to perform this type of work. Shop mechanics do not repair radios or tape decks at any dealer I know of. It may be far less to replace your ciurrent unit with an aftermarket one unless you want to keep your factory unit instead. Many top shelf radios are out there and most can be found at stores like Best Buy and even Car Max these days
Your best bet on that one is to go to a place that sells car audio systems or even some autoparts retailers have them,and get the proper adapter harness already made up. A few more dollars but, a whole lot less headaches.
Mine had a similar problem (radio/tape casette days a 2 decades ago) Had to return the radio 3 times till they finally fixed it correctly. It was a problem internal to the radio. Sounds like you may have a compnent loose & not soldered well to the PC board. Or maybe it's a bad component & got fried. (output transistors ?)