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Cassette player plays for a little while

I just bought a tape adapter and the cassette player will play for about 15 seconds and then spit the tape out, it switches between 1 and 2 on the display before it ejects it

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the tape is very tight
get a pen and try to loosen up the tape
100 % is the tape not the radio

Posted on May 16, 2008

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HOW DO I FIX THIS MY CASSETTE PLAYER OUT OF NO WHERE STARTED MAKING A CLICKING NOISE AND WILL EJECT THE ADAPTER OUT .


First, nobody has used the Cassette Adapters since Milli Vanilli got caught Lip-Synching and Mike Tyson got knocked out by Buster Douglas. U can buy a new radio on ebay for under $30 that has what is now called an "Auxiliary" cord or "Aux" cord.
http://m.ebay.com/itm/Car-Audio-Stereo-In-Dash-MP3-Player-Radio-W-USB-SD-Input-WMA-AUX-FM-Receiver-/141663164502?nav=SEARCH
Second, if u are set on keeping that stone-age paper weight u call a radio (I had one of these too, up 'till 2 yrs ago), try to play an actual cassette tape. See if it gives u the same results that the adapter gave u. If it does then the problem is in the radio and it might cost more to fix than it's worth. If it doesn't give u the same results, then try to find what is referred to as a "cassette deck cleaner kit." After u follow the directions on the kit try the adapter again. If the issue continues, then try a new adapter. By this point u are probably going to be 1/2 way to the $30 it cost for a new radio. Short of that, there isn't much else u can do unless u want to open up the radio but again, not worth the trouble.
Good luck.

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Cleaning the Radio may fix it but what it sounds like is there is a lever inside that got jammed and you have to take the player apart to get it to work again.. Cheaper to get a new one

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They aren't in the same family are will never work together! Take it back!

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You might try flipping the adapter over the other way. If that doesn't work, you might want to try putting a cleaning tape in and clean the cassette heads. The tape player will sometimes eject a tape if it cannot read it very well. It assumes that the tape is damaged. Dirt on your heads can cause it to eject your adapter because it is having trouble reading the signal from the adapter.

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I have the same problem with my tape adapter, I have found that a radio tuner adapter is the way to go. but if you insist on using the tape make sure if you stick your finger in one sprocket hole that the other sprocket turns too, and if it is a little difficult to turn, chuck it and get you a new one.

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sounds like the cassette adapter has a bad channel, or didn't fully seat into place. Try removing and re inserting, to play the other side of the adapter if the wires will allow it. Then auto reverse the cassette deck to allow a different portion of the cassette head to be used for the signal. Those cassette adapters are poor quality, and put alot of time on the mech.

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The tape player is probably broke. There may have been pop spilled in there and got it all sticky inside. Use a maglite and look inside the tape player for this or bad dust etc. You will have to replace the player, and you might as well get a cd player since it will not cost you a ton these days. You can use an mp3 player or ipod today, but if you want to use cd's, then install a cd player. You should be able to do this pretty cheap now, maybe $40-60 bucks or so.

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