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MD Eject Problems

When I insert an MD into the stereo, it will (A)not play it and (B) take FOREVER to eject it. Sometimes I have to cut the power and reconnect to have the MD ejected. Any suggestions as to what's causing this problem? How much will it cost to rectify?

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Re: MD Eject Problems

There 2 reasons for this: 1)u had 1 MD that was bad (like a virus) and it infected all ur MD's soo now ur system cant read any MD's at all 2)the reader unit is defective or dirty

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