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How do you recode a rover 75 radio tape player?

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Hi, i had this problem when i had some work done to my 216, the battery was disconnected, and so the radio was reset. Instead of just pressing the numbers on the system, you have to use |> to scroll across to the number you want to change, and then use < & > to select a number, then use |> to scroll to the next. It is particularly difficult to do if, as in most old rovers, the screen for your radio is not working properly. Hope that's some help, and good luck :)

Sorry there are no tape player satellite radio combos available.

The radio/casette player in a peugeot 106 comes with a 4 digit preset which is input by pressing 1,2,3 and 4....the combination is provided by Peugeot itself, if u have lost the combination then u might have to pay £30 to Peugeot to get it unlocked, it'll be cheaper to buy a new stereo.

I bought mine at one of the local large retailers. They run about $10-$20. The radio in the vehicle needs to be designed for it with an 'auxilary' jack in it. The other option is a device that looks like a cassette tape that plugs into the ipod and slides into the tape player.

Yes you can. You need to get a cassette tape adapter (many places sell these like Target, Bestbuy, Circuit City,....etc). You plug it into the mp3 player where the headphone would go and place the cassette where it is supposed to go. Turn on the radio and mp3 player and your ready to go.

A boombox radio is typically a "smaller" radio that has two speakers, radio and usually a tape or cd player. It is more portable and able to be taken to more places for enjoyment.

Indoors and outdoors. On a website, on the TV, on an MP3 player, on a record player, on the radio, on a tape machine and on a CD player.

Remove the tape player decorative cover. Remove the tape player retaining screws. Remove the wiring harness from the back of the tape player. Reverse the process to install the new tape player.

get a new radio.. you can buy a removeing tool from wal-mart to remove the stock radio. and you can buy a new tape deck or a CD player cheap these days. but with it being a convertable i say get one with a removeable face plate. and don't leave it in the car when you park it for the night or are out somewere. i don't even lock the doors on mine after i put a new soft top on. if someone wants in they would cut my new top.

If the cassette player does not play the tape, insert a different tape to see if that is the problem. If another tape does not play, use a can of air to clean the tape player.

My 2000 VW beetle was taken into the shop about a month ago for a new transmission. After 3 weeks, it was finally fixed, but the radio and tape player will not play any music OR sound. I don't believe it's the fuse b/c the radio display will turn on just not play any music or change stations.

Disable the tape player by not inserting a tape into the player.

Mercedes came stock with the Becker radio and tape player.

You are probably going to have to remove the radio and take the top off to gain access to the tape. It has probably broken and the tape is fouled.

got a tape measure??????????????????

the person who invented the Tape player me>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>..hahahahahaha

Does it have a tape player? if so, get a tape adapter with a headphone jack to plug it in to the ipod. If not, get an iTrip or similar FM transmitter to transmit the signal to your car radio.

Remove the decorative cover to your 1997 VW tape player. Remove the tape player retaining screws. Remove the wiring harness from the back of the tape player.

a tape is two sided but still holds less memory than a tape player.

On your CD player/ tape player... just push the record button while you are playing the tape

A tape player plays tapes - tape players never played CD's.

where your tape player is in the middler of your dash replace that with your CD player and un hook the wires from your stock radio. I did the same think in my truck and it works fine.

A pencil was made after the tape player, using wood and graphite

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