Question about Car Audio & Video
Generally when a cassette gets stuck the take-up spindle is not doing its job and the tape wraps around the capstan with a gradual increase of the audio pitch. No easy way to get it out with the tape intact without removing the player and opening it up and carefully winding the capstan backwards until it comes free. The real problem is the take-up spindle belt is probably stretched and slips meaning this will likely happen again unless the belt is replaced. Google cassette belts for parts suppliers.
Posted on Dec 10, 2014
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