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Cassette Player Stopped Working

I put a cassette tape into the player to try and make a mixed tape from tracks on a cd. When i put the tape in the machine it started making a weird noise, so i thought i the tape in the wrong direction. I then tried the other tape deck to see if i did put the tape in the wrong way, and i didnt and that player wouldnt play either. I could not open the first tape deck, the recording side one, and had to force the door open to get the tape out. I tried again and this time the tape didnt get stuck but it still wont play or record, but it does acknowledge that a tape is in the machine by switcing to the tape mode.

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  • goman Dec 26, 2007

    Put tapes in both tape 1 and tape 2. They played fine but now I cannot open the tape "doors" to remove the tapes. They are stuck shut.
    What should I do?

  • Anonymous Sep 25, 2008

    I put a casette in to play and the tape would not move in any direction

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In all likelihood the Drive belts have snapped. Get them replaced.

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