Just earlier today I wanted to listen to my Mix tape on my Walkman. I pressed the play button and nothing happened. I took out the tape and pressed play and it didn’t do anything. I ran downstairs to the garage to look for the bin with batteries in it. I saw the bin at the top of a shelf so, I went and got a ladder and used that to stand on and get the batteries. I got the batteries and ran back upstairs to where the tape player was. I took out the 2 batteries and put in new ones. Then I pressed play and…..
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Now back to the story. So I pressed play and it worked! At least I thought it did. Only one of the pegs that turns the casset was moving. I put the tape in pressed play and nothing happed. and the tape didn’t play. but I had an back up plan, my good friend (or teacher) Mr. Owens has supplied me with a Diskman. An now I will be using that from now on. But now I am stuck with about 40 or 50 tapes well thats the story on how I figured out how my GPX 1983 tape played has died. Rest in peace!