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My 96 honda passport tape deck won't accept tapes How do I fix this

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Take it out and put it on the bench and service it. You will need a power speaker harness usually as well as speakers on the bench and a good 12 Vdc supply. That's how you fix those. I did it in my early days on all kinds of models and brands. The harness might be found at Crutchfield.

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