With Instructables you can share what you make with the world, and tap into an ever-growing community of creative experts. When I used to have tapes get eaten by a tape player, I would carefully remove the tape and cut off any stretched pieces to get 2 nice ends to work with. I figured that my issue was unusual, when in fact it could be any one of the problems that you listed here.

When I came across the issue with the squealing tape, I was unable to find any significant advice other than to lubricate the tapes with engine oil or something of the like and wipe it off. That spot on the tape would usually make a loud pop when it ran over the tape heads, but it worked great.
In fact, I've used this in preference to some official splicing tape which (over time) allowed the adhesive backing to bleed, sticking neighbouring winds of tape together.

Stick it to the bottom of your Littlite and then stick the whole shebang to something made of steel.

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