Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page Display Modes Linear Mode Switch to Hybrid Mode Switch to Threaded Mode Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page Display Modes Linear Links Forums Ask iLounge Tips Tutorials Apple Support Links FAQs iLounge Books & Guides Company Directory DEALS iLounge Deals brings our readers exclusive deals on gadgets, iOS accessories, consumer tech software, Register Now! By default, the tape adapter plays on side one. http://clearduplicatefiles.com/cassette-adapter/car-cassette-tape-adapter-not-working.html
But it only happens on of our cars, the Toyota Highlander. The only downside is the "grinding" of the teeth, which is easily drowned out by the music...and the bass.
I guess it just depends on how old or what model stereo system Loading... But, again, my car's tape deck was spitting out the tape from time to time. http://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-cure-car-cassette-adapter-quotauto-revers/
This guide will show you the steps to fixing the auto flip problem. Sign in Share More Report Need to report the video? Sign in to add this video to a playlist.
The 99-cent one I bought had the same issue you describe. Password: Forgot Password? All I did was open up the adapter again, switch the cord from going out of the left side of the cassette to going out of the right side of the Car Cassette Player Spits Out Tape It worked perfectly for me.
For those who are curious the purpose of the piece removed is to automatically reverse the tape deck if it is trying to play from the
Thanks ~Andy Martin DolikUnregistered guest Posted on Monday, December 12, 2005 - 09:57 GMTHi, I soloved my problem with cassette adaptor and autorevers feature by removing center tooth wheel from adaptor. How To Fix A Car Tape Player That Spits Out Tapes Sites MetaFilter AskMeFi FanFare Projects Music Jobs IRL MetaTalk Best Of Podcast Links Home FAQ About Archives Tags Popular Random Wiki Search Chat Labs Members Sign Up Log In Search MetaFilter… My adaptor had some sort of jam so would not turn.
Sometimes, it would take 10, 15, or maybe even 20 tries to get it to stay in the deck!
So, I removed all of the gears from the inside. Car Cassette Player Won't Play It's like my tape player is too smart and thinks there is nothing on my tape. Step 4 - Loosen Tension on Adapter The cassette tape adapter is a very simple device. Sign in to make your opinion count.
Regardless, these instructions were a BIG help to me and now I won't have to keep getting upset and shoving my cassette adapter into my tape deck any more! :)Works http://forums.ilounge.com/accessories-iphone-ipad-ipod/146194-cassette-adaptor-keeps-ejecting-my-tape-player-too-smart.html all you need is a screwdriver.EDIT: Firstly thanks for so many kind and amazing comments! - it makes me so happy to know that so many have been helped by the Cassette Adapter Wont Play Music RealHomeRecording.com 9,031 views 3:36 Monster iCarPlay Cassette Adapter 800 for iPod and iPhone Review - Duration: 5:47. How To Fix Cassette Adapter Wire Thanks!! ?
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This worked. this contact form This was genius!!!! I bought 4 different tapes and they all reject. Lol.
unfortunately that did not work on my harley ultra classicYessss dude thanks i was like wtf until i saw yur comment thanks alot i never knew thatAnd FWIW if anybody was Cassette Adapter Making Clicking Noise
Rating is available when the video has been rented. Published on Mar 2, 2014A brief tutorial on how to fix a 3.5mm to compact cassette car audio cassette adapter. I am eternally greatfull.You guys do know. have a peek here amanda New memberUsername: Mandi54Post Number: 1Registered: Aug-06 Posted on Tuesday, August 01, 2006 - 21:46 GMTok I am haveing a huge deal of aggrivation with a car casstte adapter.
I've got a bmw 3 series year 2000, suggestions? Cassette Adapter Only Plays On One Side All Rights Reserved. It may be the autoreverse, but usually those are triggered by a non moving "spinner" (like end of the tape).
It's ####ing me off. Meanwhile, the cassette portion works within the cassette area of your stereo just as a normal tape would. The problem goes away when I turn off the car and turn it back on after a loong time (overnight). Cassette Tape Won't Go In You need to identify the bit which causes the tape-deck to try and auto-reverse.
Once a little bit of pressure is removed from the spinning wheels, the head, and even the tape, it may work much better. It may be the autoreverse, but usually those are triggered by a non moving "spinner" (like end of the tape). Only time will tell if this is a permanent fix. http://clearduplicatefiles.com/cassette-adapter/cassette-adapter-not-working.html let's makeExplore PublishClassesLogin|Sign Upshare what you makeFeatured:Intel IoTLEDsCostumesWith Instructables you can share what you make with the world, and tap into an ever-growing community of creative experts.How it Works »New Instructable