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Re: won't play CDs
It might be an older CD player that can't read computer-made discs, or it could be a disc incapability...
If you sure that the system supports the disc's format.. And it won't play other discs... try to clean the CD lens.
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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.
Repeat play (Remote control only) Press [FM MODE/REPEAT] on the remote control before or during play. The player will play all the tracks or all the programmed tracks repeatedly. " " appears on the display. To cancel repeat play, press [FM MODE/ REPEAT] again. " " disappears.
Hi, First make sure yoou are using correct cds. You need CDR Audio discs not blank pc media type (Yes they are different). Once you have the disc type right, make sure you are finalizing the disc as they will not play in other machines until u do this
The unit is a 3 disc changer usually when these kind of problems occur there are quite a number of possible solutions. When i faced such a problem it was due to the current being low. Then it was 200 volts instead of 220 so check yours and determine if the current is adequate otherwise you can get a voltage regulator. On the other hand this happens when the lens is dirty or the CD is not properly placed but the second option is usually an off case. Generally to solve the problem take out the unit from the mains for about 20 mins. If you have the technical know how you can open the unit and try to clean around the CD tray. This should be done with utmost care as damageable components are around the tray(this is not compulsory if you cant). After about 20 mins pug the unit back Next get a CD lens cleaner and run it in the system to clean the lens of the unit. put in a single disc and attempt to play. At this point the unit should function fine. Hope this solution has been helpful?