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Stereo component I tried to use the tape cassette on this unit and it would not work. I had problems opening the door and then it would not play. I then had problems getting tape out. I now cannot play the radio or the cd. I get a ticking noise from the tape cassette area and when I turn on the power, it lasts about 10 seconds. There seems to be a short! The ticking continues from the tape area until I pull out the plug.I unplug and start over but as soon as I press power, the set shuts off. Any suggestions? Thanks, marlene

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  • marlene walmsley Mar 10, 2007

    Thankyou very much. I did take it to a repair man and it was too expensive to fix. The repairman suggested to disengage the cassette tape recorder so I could use the radio and cd. Thanks again, Marlene

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It has a driving motor belts problem so send it to service provider.

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