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Error C:32:11 what can i do

Eject sign is flashing i try to eject & get back the casset nd it still with no capebility to record or to play

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  • asenathn Feb 19, 2009

    It got stuck, i can get in or out the cassette area, what can i do.

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This error means that the heads are not turning. This unit requires service. This is not a homeowner repair.
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