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SONY IN-DASH CD PLAYER

POWER TURNS ON AND OFF. UNIT WILL NOT PLAY FOR MORE THAN 2 OR 3 SECONDS AND POWER CUTS OFF

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the possible trouble of your unit is the optical laser lens. once the lens cannot read to the disc it will automatically turn off, or maybe your disc are damage...

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Posted on Oct 08, 2008

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