Hi, recently i started using the car cassette player because i bought a cassette to MP3 tape.however, the cassette player has alot of noise and mechanical sound that is drowning out my music. and my music is really soft.
any one knows how to fix it
its the mechanical thing spinning inside.
im pretty sure cos i tried to check it.
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The player has to seize the cassette as it is inserted and seat it in the correct position to be played. Sometimes the manual eject linkage becomes defective or misadjusted, preventing the cassette from seating correctly. The eject button may depress fully without causing ejection or it may depress but not cause ejection.
sounds like the cassette adapter has a bad channel, or didn't fully seat into place. Try removing and re inserting, to play the other side of the adapter if the wires will allow it. Then auto reverse the cassette deck to allow a different portion of the cassette head to be used for the signal. Those cassette adapters are poor quality, and put alot of time on the mech.
hi.....can you check if the rola ( that has teath and roling the tape ) in ur cassette adapter is actually turinig easy because whith the new cassettes if it is hard they swich the sides thinking that the tape finished if they hard try to losen them......hopfully that wil work
Your conflict is understood. These MP3 players really do seem scary for us non-tech people. My granddaughter bought me one for Christmas and I was pretty scared. But she taught me how to use it and overall I am pretty satisfied. I think it's worth the price.
Of course, it's only my opinion. If you don't think you have someone who will be able to help you get along with your player, perhaps you should stick to your old cassette player.
Yeppers very common problem .. If the noise dosent come from the speakers then the problem is in the motor in the cassette deck. if the problem comes from the speakers when the deck is playing a tape, then the problem is in the record/playback switch. you may beable to fix it by spraying just a lttle bit of tuner cleaner inside the switch. It shouldnt cost much to have a repair shop do this as if you spray too much your going to ruin the belts and the mechanism. Good Luck