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Cassette door stuck closed

Unable to open right cassette door. A tape is locked inside. when 'eject' label on cassette door is pushed there is very little movement, unlike the other side, which depresses slightly and opens.

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Re: cassette door stuck closed

Firstly: do not think about forcing the cassette door! Look inside the unit. You need to hand rotate the capstan flywheel a bit,( a large-ish metal disc attached to the motor via a rubber drive belt.)That should release the powered deck mechanism and allow ejection. Then buy a new drive belt , so that problem does not recurr. Good Luck

Posted on Nov 03, 2005

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