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Stuck cassette in bose care stereo

I have a cassette stuck in the bose stereo of my car. It is a bose system in an A^ wagon. The tape plays but will not eject? It just maes a repeated cliking sound when I try.

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  • Anonymous Jul 13, 2008

    I have that same exact problem with my ml320 2001 TWICE but there is a way u can get it out because someone did it for me they weren't mercedes dealers though, when it happened the second time i ask the dealers and they to said they had to change the player but said no. p.s. i cant hear any clicking noise

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I wonder if you were ever able to resolve your problem... I have a2000 ML 320 witht he same Bose issue... I get an error msg: TAPE TOO TIGHT... It won't even play and I get that same clicking sound when I try to eject... When I first purchased vehicle (used in 2002) I had the problem and the dealership assured me that they replaced the stereo with a new one...I never really tired it again until more than a year later and the same thing happened... Of course I was out of warranty at that time and I can't help, but to wonder if they really ever changed the stereo, or if they just removed the cassette.... If any has the solution, please contact me via email: msshazz@gmail.com

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