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Tape is stuck in the deck won't eject is there any code to force an eject?

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Stuck cassettes are typically mechanical. You may have to start pulling it apart to get to the problem.

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on the right hand side of the deck
it may take three hands one to push eject one to push the eject mechanism inside the radio behind the tape
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if that doesnt work....dont try forcing anything as the stereo WILL break..... take the stereo out of the car, so it is not connected to the electrics, then either, gently take it apart with a screwdriver

I would suspect the belts, look for any small motors and missing belts. You may be able to manualy turn a wheel or gear till it ejects.
if your not comfortable doing this urself with the above said porcedures... its better to take it to the dealer...
regards iversh
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