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I have an Ipod and purchased a tape deck adaptor. Probably the first time I put a tape into the casset deck. The tape deck pushed it right out and now there is a very loud clicking sound that has been going on for an hour or ss and wont stop even if I turn off the engine. I read of another person with the same issue that wouldn't stop even if you pull the fuse. Any fixes? Will this drain my battery?

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If its making noise even with the fuses out, that means its getting power from the battery directly or indirectly by any other source. That means it can drain the battery.you should try to remove the tape out of the cassette deck and see, if that stops that noise.but if still that same noise is coming on, then disconnect the cassette deck connection from power, this will stop the noise as well as battery drain problem.And then the cassette deck can be repaired and re-used.------- To remove tape from the cassette deck, there are few options.Click the link below to go through it:--- http://technoanswers.blogspot.com/2011/05/how-to-remove-stuck-tape-from-casset.html ----------- This should help.Thanks.Helpmech.

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