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Put the player On for few hours or overnight. Now remove the panel and get access to the optical head unit, use a clean ear bud to polish the optical head. If not the optical head is weak and must be replaced.
Really need some more info on this. Will it not play any CD's or is it off and on and just some CD's? One thing to note is that if you are trying to play MP3 CD's that many older CD players will not read those so make sure you are using pure music CDs and not MP3.
You may want to try buying some compressed air and see if shooting that at the head cleans it off and allows the CD's to read. Compressed air is cheap and is really the only route to go unless you get a new player or have it serviced.
Buy A CD Lens Cleaner and put it in to the CD Player and keep retrying until the drive plays it and then follow the instructions for the CD Lens Cleaner after its finished try playing a CD if it still wont play try another disc and if it does not play that try reset the player by unplugging it for five seconds if it still wont play the CD drive has failed in the drive and you need a new stereo. Stereos dont last forever so dont be surprised if you need to buy a new one
It might be an older system that can't read computer-made discs, or it could be a disc incapability. Most old players can't read CD-R discs, even if they can play normal/original CDs.
You can try another media but i wont think it will help.