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Is there a way to fix a Delco cassette player in a vehicle which plays both sides of a tape at the same time?


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2004-07-01 14:45:42
2004-07-01 14:45:42

Sounds as if the head is out of alignment. There should be a small screw holding the head down (haven't seen one of these decks for ages). Adjusting one of the screws (might have a spring under it) either looser, or tighter should help get the head aligned. Or of course, take it to a pro car-audio place and they can take care of it for you. The dealer will probably send you to their preferred tech shop anyways. -del

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Yes,they're widely available.JVC sells a model that plays mp3s,cds and cassette so you can play most of your collection on it.


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