* Take a pair of needle nose pliers and a small flat head screwdriver. Put the screwdriver under the bottom and pull upon the tape with the pliers and pull it out. * TRY HOLDING DOWN BOTH REW & FF @ SAME TIME, OR HOLD EJECT WHILE USING PLYERS & SCREWDRIVER, (tape is prob destroyed & player will only eat more tapes U may want to think about replacement). * Had the same problem with both my 1997 and 1998 LeSabre. You must remove the radio from the dash first. Then remove the outside of case to get down to the tape. Then you can lift out with a small screwdriver, but watch out for the side rails that guide the tape in and out. Once I got my favorite Willie Nelson tape out, I never used the tape player again.
How do I remove cassette tape stuck in my 1998 Volkswagon beetle
Most of the time you will need to break the tape.
le cassette = the cassette / the tape / the cassette tape
No difference - a cassette contains magnetic tape.
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.
I have it on cassette tape. I play it on my cassette tape player.
The cassette tape was invented by the phlips company in 1962
if its on your right hand you tape your jammed finger to the one on the right of it (if its your pinky tape it to the ring finger). if its on your left hand tape the jammed finger to the one on the left of it. tape from the bottom up
Phillips was the inventor of the compact cassette tape (it's original name).
A cassette adapter allows you to use an old tape player to play newer media like CDs and MP3s. This is particularly useful for car stereo systems in older cars.
what is the defference between cassette tape and hard disk
the cassette tape contained information on nuclear fusion.
The tape in a cassette has a bunch of little magnets in it. When you record on the tape, the magnets are aligned in a pattern that can be read later by a cassette player.
A cassette was invented in 1962. There were other forms of magnetic tape mad before this but none of them compared to the compact cassette.
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.
Remove the side panel and manually depress the plastic latch on the tape cassette. Remove the cassette and shut the door again. You may have to push the latch a bit to get it to close right.
In 1958 RCA introduced the first cassette tape.
The tape is used to block a "record override switch" so the cassette can be recorded on (over) again. Remove the tape and it will prevent you from recording over what ever is on the tape inside now.
The magnetic tape runs on to wheels in the plastic cassette tape. The magnetic tape can be rewound or sped forward to reach the proper place in the tape's information.
A cassette tape is based totally off of a magnetic system. The magnet is what reads and writes the information to the tape.
mr. video tape casset!
Turn the tape over.
Philips' development of the Compact Cassette in 1963.