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I have a tape stuck in my sony tc we645s cassette deck

I put a tape in the left side of my cassette deck and now i cant eject it, its all digital and i dont know how it works, i tried pressing stop then eject, and i tried holding down the power button while pressing eject as someone told me to do, nothing, any other ideas

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Try factory restore settings

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