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Hello Get into the below mentioned link. You can download the user manua to your RCA device from here. If you feel any difficulty in downloading the same, inform me by Fixya, with your email address, so that I can send a copy of the user manual to your set by return mail. OK.
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Look on the back - the connector is either a 'figure 8' connector with 2 circular type connections, or one side is round and the other is shaped like the letter "D". Either are available at Radio Shack.
What you will want to do is get a patch cable. It is cable that has a headphone jack on each end. You will plug that to your line in on your computer. Then you can use any software of your choice to record the tapes to MP3. Then do what you wish from there. Thanks and enjoy, Lee