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I have a 2000 ML320 with the Navigation radio with Tape Deck and Nav CD built in with CD changer in the rear. The tpae gets stuck and wont eject. Error message says "Tape may be wound too tight" and will not eject. tried a screw driver. No ejection pin hole???? :confused:
 

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I have a 2000 ML320 with the Navigation radio with Tape Deck and Nav CD built in with CD changer in the rear. The tpae gets stuck and wont eject. Error message says "Tape may be wound too tight" and will not eject. tried a screw driver. No ejection pin hole???? :confused:
People actually use that? I looked at mine and don't see any way to get a stuck tape out other than using a small screwdriver and gently pying until it comes out - I'm assuming here that the EJECT button isn't working, right? Good luck.
 

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you have to pull the MCS out, take off the cover, connect to an external 12 V source, there is a way to eject the tape from within.
 

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I have the same issue. no solution. After about a year, the tape started drying to do stuff when i turned the car on and makes horrible noises. so i disconnected the power to the tape... :)

I found a better way to plug my ipod in anyway.
 

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I have the same issue. no solution. After about a year, the tape started drying to do stuff when i turned the car on and makes horrible noises. so i disconnected the power to the tape... :)

I found a better way to plug my ipod in anyway.
How did you plug your ipod in?
 

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Okay so i had this problem and i messed around with it myself and fixed it. I dont know if this will help but. I had a tape deck that had an ipod cord attached. What i did to get it out was take out the radio. Continue to connect and disconnect the power from the radio while pressing the eject and pulling the wire to get the cassette to come. After about 4 minutes of messing around i got it out.
 
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