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I have a Denon DCM-380 5-disc CD player that had some warranty work and was shipped back from another state without the two red shipping screws in place. On opening the shipping carton the player drawer stuck out about one inch from the front panel. Now I can't get the drawer to open or close electronically or manually. Please advise. C. Bradley, Palo Alto, Calif.

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Hai,

You better fix this problem by fixing the screw on the appropriate place,if the problem remains do manual open/close.

Thank You

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Send it again as you have warranty cover.

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    its mechanical timing out problem and its fault of Denon service, so better to send back to get fix it again.

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