Question about Car Audio & Video
I have a headphone cd player that came with a cassette tape attachment. My car has no cd player, so i pushed the cd attachment into the stereo player to listen to the cd, instead of the radio. The attachment worked great for a few months, but then the cassette was beginning to get stuck in the player.
Now, the cassette has been in the player for over a year or two, but the radio still plays. I would like to remove the cassette becasue: the car seems to try to play the cassette even though there is nothing on it to listen to (i unhooked it from the headphones), and also because I am planning to sell the car.
The cassette adapters are notorious for getting stuck in the deck. More often than not its the wire that comes out of it that causes it. The cleanest and safest way to remove the cassette adapter is to remove the radio, take off the top and "Help" it eject with your fingers or some narrow tool that may get behind it to push it forward and out. If you dont want to take the deck out of the dash, you can try pushing the eject button while manipulating the adapter wire, but I dont recommend it. Its just better to take the deck out. Good Luck
Posted on Feb 28, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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