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Clicking when plugged in there is a loud clicking caused by these white things inside of the tape deck one. the white tabs move back and forth and do not stop till you unplug system.

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Open the cassette holder and use a pen to push down on the carrier. So long as you don't try to use it again it should stop

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I have the same problem with my RXD3.
If you want that clicking sound to stop you can push down the heads in the casettdeck of the stereo. That makes the sound stops, but if you push down a casett/tape in the deck, the casett will catch up and probably get damaged because the clicking sound starts again and the tape will not get out of the deck. Though you have to unplug the system and then pull out the casett, but look out, the tape/casett can get hurt. //David

Posted on Jul 08, 2009

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Have you checked the rubber/elastic bands that turn the capstans in the cassette player. If they are loose they do not provide the proper tension and the player stops working properly.

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