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My cd player is a 6 disc cd player and the other day i went to press cd and it said 'no disc' so i went to the ejectdisc button on the upper left and pressed it then it said 'no disc' so i pressed the load button on the upper left and it said load cd, so i did then i heard the discs moving or something and then 'load error' or something like that.. but like i said i can hear them try to move when i start the car but it wont play after that...

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Remove battery -ve cable for 10 to 15 min then refix it and on ing switch press eject knob on unit. i think it will work

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