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Old 05 Mar 2004, 10:13 am
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Greetings,

Someone gave me an old Honda tape deck (Model # 39100-SE0-A300-M1)
that I'd like to put in my 1991 Civic because its better than the one
that's in there now. Except for one thing: the mechanism that loads
and unloads the tape doesn't work reliably. Sometimes you get the
tape back, sometimes you don't. It was free to me, so I don't mind
putting a few bucks into it, and I don't mind putting the time in to
do the work myself. Anyone ever come across this before? Ideas?

Thanks!
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Old 05 Mar 2004, 11:17 am
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"gismapper" <gismapper@hotmail.com> wrote in message
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> Greetings,
>
> Someone gave me an old Honda tape deck (Model # 39100-SE0-A300-M1)
> that I'd like to put in my 1991 Civic because its better than the one
> that's in there now. Except for one thing: the mechanism that loads
> and unloads the tape doesn't work reliably. Sometimes you get the
> tape back, sometimes you don't. It was free to me, so I don't mind
> putting a few bucks into it, and I don't mind putting the time in to
> do the work myself. Anyone ever come across this before? Ideas?
>
> Thanks!



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Old 05 Mar 2004, 11:39 am
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sorry, I replied to the wrong message

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> "gismapper" <gismapper@hotmail.com> wrote in message
> news:8f170e29.0403050813.627ec8a0@posting.google.c om...
> > Greetings,
> >
> > Someone gave me an old Honda tape deck (Model # 39100-SE0-A300-M1)
> > that I'd like to put in my 1991 Civic because its better than the one
> > that's in there now. Except for one thing: the mechanism that loads
> > and unloads the tape doesn't work reliably. Sometimes you get the
> > tape back, sometimes you don't. It was free to me, so I don't mind
> > putting a few bucks into it, and I don't mind putting the time in to
> > do the work myself. Anyone ever come across this before? Ideas?
> >
> > Thanks!

>
>



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Old 05 Mar 2004, 05:56 pm
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In cases like this I always start by taking the thing apart, and looking at
it, and then putting it back together.
Half the time, this solves the problem.



"gismapper" <gismapper@hotmail.com> wrote in message
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> Greetings,
>
> Someone gave me an old Honda tape deck (Model # 39100-SE0-A300-M1)
> that I'd like to put in my 1991 Civic because its better than the one
> that's in there now. Except for one thing: the mechanism that loads
> and unloads the tape doesn't work reliably. Sometimes you get the
> tape back, sometimes you don't. It was free to me, so I don't mind
> putting a few bucks into it, and I don't mind putting the time in to
> do the work myself. Anyone ever come across this before? Ideas?
>
> Thanks!



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Old 05 Mar 2004, 09:25 pm
'Curly Q. Links'
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gismapper wrote:
> Greetings,
>
> Someone gave me an old Honda tape deck (Model # 39100-SE0-A300-M1)
> that I'd like to put in my 1991 Civic because its better than the one
> that's in there now. Except for one thing: the mechanism that loads
> and unloads the tape doesn't work reliably. Sometimes you get the
> tape back, sometimes you don't. It was free to me, so I don't mind
> putting a few bucks into it, and I don't mind putting the time in to
> do the work myself. Anyone ever come across this before? Ideas?
>
> Thanks!


===========

If the labels on the tapes are rippling or peeling at all, they won't
eject properly.

'Curly'

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Old 06 Mar 2004, 01:15 pm
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if its free and you have time on your hands try to fix it. but generally i
say its not worth fixing because i saw a factory honda tape deck stereo sell
for $5 on ebay. why dont you just buy a pioneer cd deck like i did for 25
bucks on ebay.
"gismapper" <gismapper@hotmail.com> wrote in message
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> Greetings,
>
> Someone gave me an old Honda tape deck (Model # 39100-SE0-A300-M1)
> that I'd like to put in my 1991 Civic because its better than the one
> that's in there now. Except for one thing: the mechanism that loads
> and unloads the tape doesn't work reliably. Sometimes you get the
> tape back, sometimes you don't. It was free to me, so I don't mind
> putting a few bucks into it, and I don't mind putting the time in to
> do the work myself. Anyone ever come across this before? Ideas?
>
> Thanks!



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