ML 320 Cassette Problem

Hello and Thanks for Reading this: I have a ML 320, 2000. The casette deck seems broke. When I select the TAPE, it says the tape is too tight. There is no tape in the unit. When I
try to put one into the slot, it won't go in. Any ideas? Mark
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it`s F*#KED.

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What person who can afford to buy a Mercedes-Benz listens to music from cassette? Compact disk has been the way the developed nations of the world listen to music for 20 years! It is a truly uncomprehensive how MB puts a tape deck in a $100k car! (And then has the gall to suggest that you buy an absurdly priced CD changer for the trunk!) Play CD's. P.

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Believe it or not, some of us have home recorded cassettes of older albums which have not been made into CDs. Also, IMHO I think a virgin vinyl record recorded on a high grade tape using high end equipment gives you a presence not found on CDs. Especially considering the crappy re-mixes of some older albums.
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Well, you've still gone out and bought the car and MB have saved themselves a hundred dollars or so by not fitting a cd player........
sounds like good business to me.........

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