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Problem with AIWA TP-M130 micro cassette recorder can't get tape out

I have a AIWA TP-M130 micro cassette recorder that has a tape is stuck because I can't get the flap/door to open. Can you give me some suggestions? If I can't get it to open, can I just break it open and still be able to record with a broken door/flap?

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  • nancy kuba Oct 24, 2008

    I wanted to thank you for your response. I do very well taking things apart so this can be very helpful. I may ask more questions, but will try to figure it out on my own. So nice of you to take the time to help.



    Nancy

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Hi,
Following 2 pics of exploded view will help you to solve problem with Aiwa tape.

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Need further help. let me know.

Posted on Oct 22, 2008

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    Shahid Electronics Oct 22, 2008


    Now its better in size.


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    Shahid Electronics Oct 24, 2008

    If you need service manual, let me know.

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