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Re: Errors on loadind
If a CD or DVD is loaded, there is a microswitch that is activated and is the tray where the CD is somewhere inlaid as a switch if it will be activated at the back or under side the laser focus degree to the table of contents of the CD read, so if this does not happen any error indication or nothing then there is the potential problem because everything is timed during the CD intake.
Your cd-player fails to read the discs. assuming the disc isn't damaged your problem might result of many diffrent reasons, from dirty lens to bad mechanism, memory problem or bad circuit.
You will need to have it checked by a professional technician.
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There are several brands and publishers of audio books and you didn't identify yours. In most cases professionally produced audio books are separated into several 3-6 minute tracks. your CD player should just skip to the next using the button with the single arrow pointing to the vertical line. >l
When listening to audio books, If I'm using a cd player that doesn't retain the last track when shut off I make a mental note of the track number.
I don't see anything online to suggest you can jog with it or otherwise jar it and expect it to play. Some players have a cache to reduce or eliminate loss of audio when the laser temporarily goes off-track.
Try stopping the current track, and then pushing and holding the stop button. That should power it down. It also has an auto-off feature if you leave the player on while nothing is playing.
Hold down the Display/Menu function button (one of those three buttons on the left of the unit) for about 3-4 seconds until the display reads "t set". When this appears, push the track forward button once (>>|) so the display reads "beep"; now press the play pause button (>||) once. The display will now say "on", push the track forward button (>>|) once to make it read "off"; now push the stop play button. You're done. Enjoy the silence.
Have it checked by a technician, common f15 errors are caused by the cd players lid not being closed, you need to see if the protruding plastics inside your cd player pushes the closed lid detection properly. If not, it needs some manual disassembly...
some cd players have a feature that is called intro. it plays typically the first 4 to 10 seconds of a song & goes to the next track. it does this to every song on the cd. see if intro is on your display or if it's turned on in the menu.
i hope it works. good luck.