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Cassette deck plays without cassette, makes clicking noise

Help!!!!!!!! early this morning i tryed to place a cassette in the player. unfortunely, the deck would not except the tape and ejected it. however, this caused the palyer to turn on. so now i hear the sound of four clicks ands a short pause from the deck. oddly enough its doing it with the car off. any suggestions on how to at least stop cassette from playing. it is very annoying and distracting when trying to drive. thanks

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    mybradley7 Jul 16, 2010

    is it a front loader?

  • mybradley7
    mybradley7 Jul 17, 2010

    does it eat it?

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The fault is that the reel drive of the deck is not picking up the tape and so to avoid the tape to entangle it rejects. Try to load a different cassete and see it this loads. If not you have a bad belt in your set. you will need to remove and change the belt. Also check for the reel drive to see if there is any slackness in taking up the reel. Since there are reel sensors that act when the reel pulse does not come on rotation of the reel, the set shifts to the other side and then ejects. Open and check this out and I am sure you can sort this out. Good day

Posted on Jul 20, 2010

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