Bob Dobbs wrote:Most audio cassette car players drop the tape down once inserted. Using a strong butter knife to pry it upwards while hitting eject is the first option.
Skip the first 50 seconds, from there it explains a progressive step by step on how to remove the cassette.
Aleron Ives wrote:If the tape is important to you, are you sure that the playback mechanism is disengaging properly? If you try to pull the tape out while it's still spooled through the pinch rollers and playback head, you'll ruin it. If you're having lots of tapes get stuck, you should stop using that deck immediately. It's only a matter of time before it eats a tape that you care about.
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