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Cassette tape is stuck in player-car is a 95 buick lesabre.Can you help us to get it out?

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  • bournegail Sep 08, 2008

    It's not no fun driving around from place to place without being able to listen to the old music from back in the day!!!!!

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This is what I NEED is a solution to this problem---THERE IS A CASSETTE TAPE STUCK IN A CAR STERO. The cassette player will not eject the tape. Does anyone have any ANSWERS?

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