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I have a Boombox and the audio cassette player is not working

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Cassette players use belts for the rew/ffw/play functions. The belts can be difficult to replace even in the relatively large space of a stereo component. Replacing the belts on a boombox is probably more difficult, but I have never tried. If everything else on the boombox is working, it is probably the belts. If you get some sound, but it's muddy, clean the tape heads with alcohol.

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