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How to play cassette


Hi Louise Siegel

By using the a standard Cassette Player
  1. Open the tape compartment door by pressing the eject key, usually far to the right and marked with a raised square.
  2. Insert the cassette, label side up, with the tape edge facing out.
  3. Press and lock down the play key (green with a raised circle / triangle) to start the player.

May 22, 2016 | Audio Players & Recorders

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After running approx. 25 tapes the player stopped working


Hi Ian.

Judging by reviews on Amazon, you're not alone in having trouble with the cassette player, which has multiple people decrying the quality of the unit
Audio Recorder 3 0 Plus with Cassette Player

That said, if the player hasn't just had some sort of internal mechanical failure, I'd recommend opening it up and gently turning the tape capstains with your fingers to see if they'll move. Try turning the player on with the door open but no tape inside to see if anything even spins. If there's been a mechanical failure, you're likely out of luck - cassette tape decks these days are getting rarer. If you're lucky, perhaps a bit of tape or some other debris has jammed up one of the capstains. In that case, you may be able to clean it up and see if it works then. If you've gone through the tapes fairly quickly, I'd suggest just returning the unit (your credit card likely as not has warranty-extensions built in if it's close on the warranty).

There are other tape decks out there, with a wide range of price, and, likely, quality, with USB out to let you play tapes to your PC. You may be able to use other options from there to get your tapes transferred.
Amazon com cassette player with USB out Software

Hoping this helps. Happy Holidays
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Dec 14, 2015 | Honestech Audio Recorder 3.0 Plus W...

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I have a duel cassette player sony model # TC-WR 565. The doors will not open and both casettes cannot be removed even after prying the door open.


Mine did that - you will have to patiently keep pressing the clear / stop / pause / etc and even power cycle a few (or many) times and finally you will hear the mechanism release the cassette. Once you hear that - you will be able to eject the cassette. After that go replace the belts.

Dec 29, 2010 | Sony TC WE435 Stereo Dual Cassette Deck...

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How do I record my cassettes into my PC


find a tape player/recorder than has the capability to connect to a computer connect your tape player/recorder to your computer open windows explorer navigate to the tape player open it then select the files you want to copy to your computer right click select copy then navigate to the place where you want them saved or you can select the files hold the muse cursor on them drag them to the place you want to save them and drop them into it
hope this helps

Nov 28, 2010 | Behringer (UCA202) Sound Card

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I have a lot of music on tape cassettes


You will need three things.
1. Cassette player with a mini headphone jack
2. cable with male mini jack at each end. (usually can find at a dollar store.)
3. Audacity (Open Source audio program)

Hook up the cable to your cassette and to the line in on your sound card. Turn volume on cassette player to 3/4 or so.
Download and install Audacity. Press play on the cassette player, press the record button in Audacity. When done press stop, and under the File menu you can Export to an MP3. You can read the Audacity help menu for more options on copying and pasting to create a new file for each track, and for fading in and fading out to get a smoother start and finish to each track.

Mar 12, 2009 | Apple iPod nano

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How to open an old cassette that doesn't have any screws?


Some bargain tapes were made with glued-together shells. They were usually sold in bulk packaging in the days of cassettes for voice recording (for students taping lectures, for instance) but weren't meant to last long. You need to break open the shell and transfer the tape into another one after you repair the problem. Use a stiff blade along the seam to open it. I use a shop knife to get the cut started, then wedge a stiff putty knife into the opening and twist. The shell splits open pretty easily once you start it.

Mar 10, 2009 | Philips Audio Players & Recorders

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Play function won't disengage on Technics dual cassette deck


Remove the cover to see if any belts under the cassette player is cut. Or to see if there are any obstructions.Remove the front cover.which will remove the tape housing of the cassette player. you can check for any broken plastic compoments that might be keeping the housing from opening.Or any belts that may have been cut.

Dec 25, 2008 | Audio Players & Recorders

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RCA cassette recorder/player keeps shutting off. argggg


fast forward, reverse the cassette and fast forward again. if the tape is too tight the current sensor will always trip out the motor.

Dec 03, 2007 | Audio Players & Recorders

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