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I'm going to take the o-ring/gasket off the one gear and save those three gears and maybe reinstall them and see if it totally quiets down those main gears. If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the Forum FAQ and Forum Policy. I tried with other cassette tape adaptor, still it keeps on ejecting. When this happens, static can be heard, one side of the stereo sound may cut out or it can loose the connection altogether.Broken TapeThe adapter can also stop working if the http://clearduplicatefiles.com/cassette-adapter/car-cassette-adaptor-not-working.html

Unfortunately I don't think anyone carries the cassette cleaner kit any longer, and I can't find the one I bought back in 1985, so I'm back to carrying CDs in the Working... I'm just accepting defeat that my cassette deck has died.

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How To Fix A Car Tape Player That Spits Out Tapes

A better one will not have this problem. Hopefully it will look something like my photo.Be careful not to disturb the other stuff in there, or if you do, put ... 4 Step 4: Success!!Screw the cover back together Are there any other suggestions?

The device is shaped like a normal tape cassette and has a cord with a jack streaming out of the side of the cassette. I've got a bmw 3 series year 2000, suggestions? ERROR The requested URL could not be retrieved The following error was encountered while trying to retrieve the URL: Connection to failed. How To Fix Cassette Adapter Wire I kept a screwdriver in the car and whenever it spit out the adapter I would use the screwdriver to spin the two reels around.

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 Car Cassette Player Spits Out Tape You wont be able to take off the whole back part due to the aux cord connection... Because if you arent all the pieces WILL fall out and its a pain to get them all back in place. Removing the rubber worked for me.

iLounge is © 2001 - 2016 iLounge, Inc. Car Cassette Player Won't Play show more I have this car cassette adaptor, I want to connect it in my PSP to play MP3 in my PSP and output is in my Car Stereo speaker, but Sooooooo Happy!

Didn't work for me, but since mine was $6 from Dollar General, maybe it never would have!

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Car Cassette Player Spits Out Tape

I took it apart, routed the cord to the other side (essentially flipping the tape myself), and 6 months later haven't had a problem with it. 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 Sign in to add this to Watch Later Add to Loading playlists... Cassette Adapter Making Clicking Noise Don't waste your time rubbing the rubber ring like a lot of videos on YouTube show you to do, because that doesn't always work [I know this from personal experience].

Language: English (UK) Content location: United Kingdom Restricted Mode: Off History Help Loading... navigate here Options: Enable HTML code in message Submit: Facebook Tweet Home Audio Forums A/V Receivers Forum Amps Forum Cassette Forum CD Players Forum CD Recorders Forum DAC & Transports Forum DVD-Audio I bought 4 different tapes and they all reject. They're so cheap they're essentially disposable.posted by cgg at 11:09 AM on July 19, 2007 What others have said. Cassette Adapter Wont Play Music

July 19, 2007 9:44 AM Subscribe My cassette tape adapter doesn't get on well with my car... WHY???? Don't Have an account? Check This Out iPod, iPhone, iPad, iTunes, Apple TV, Mac, and the Apple logo are trademarks of Apple Inc.

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I really don't want to spend more money on a different device unless I can be assurred that it will work.

Register Now! vintage stereo 19,582 views 36:44 Bluetooth Cassette - Duration: 4:47. You might give that a shot.posted by box at 10:20 AM on July 19, 2007 Your car stereo has an auto reverse feature. Cassette Adapter Only Plays On One Side If this is too hot, my tape deck automatically ejects the cassette because it thinks there is something wrong.

I have a dirt cheap tape adapter so I can listen to my mp3 player through the cassette deck in my car (2000 Toyota Corolla). A Phillips and a Jensen.

Works great!! I get my "Scorshe Casette Adapter" at Target for $12.99 and it definitely works. http://clearduplicatefiles.com/cassette-adapter/car-audio-cassette-adaptor-not-working.html Only time will tell if this is a permanent fix.

Back by the aux cord connection there is a washer type looking thing with a rubber part around it. Sometimes, it would take 10, 15, or maybe even 20 tries to get it to stay in the deck! Classic Theme. Mine is a Digitor brand (on a par with Panaphonics and Sorny I think). « PreviousNext »View All Steps Download

This worked perfectly saving me hundreds of dollars to replace the sound

Thanks, Elizabeth 08-08-2006, 01:50 PM #7 gretchen1 Freshman Lounger Join Date: Jul 2006 Posts: 5 Figured out the problem - update permalink I seem to have figured out It worked and now I hear the music of my choice in my classic Cadillac!

Dude, why can't all problems be fixed by this guy?

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About Ask MetaFilter Ask MetaFilter is a question and answer site that covers nearly any question stelthmunky 179,405 views 2:58 How to Fix a Car Audio Cassette Adapter - Duration: 1:58.

Looks like good quality with more electronic components than most I've seen. I found these instructions and it solved my problem. Chris Hochhopfel New memberUsername: ChrishochPost Number: 1Registered: Sep-07 Posted on Sunday, September 09, 2007 - 23:51 GMTI had the same problem and followed Martin's advice. The only solution (for my problem) was to take the adapter apart and clean it or buy a new one.

I tried different variations of the mechanisms inside and nothing worked. then once you remove it close it all up and screw it back in place. I used to have the same problem in my old Nissan. I suggest trying that if you're in a pinch.

My car stereo is still flip flopping, followed by tape ejection. Thanks for the help. All posts copyright their original authors.