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Have a Kenwood Multiple Compact Disc Player DPM6010. Am trying to re-hook my sound system after moving from NC to OR. All is working except this unit. Have hook it up properly (Ithink, since I can't find the manual. When turned on it shows E 22 in the upper right of the display area, and will not play at all. Help! Thanks.

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  • btuckerart Oct 03, 2008

    Thanks!!! We had about come to the conclusion that you have, so its nice to have that confirmation. We were hoping that we could push the right button and make everything OK. But at the same time, realizing that this unit is probably in the 20-30 year old range, we realized that it would probably be less expensive to buy a new one than to have it repaired! Which also is a pretty good testamonial on the quality of our sound system. The NAD receiver and tape deck are the same age, and they made the trip just fine and we are able to enjoy our huge collection of great oldies again.

    Thanks again for responding! We really miss NC, but love Oregon. Of course, we still get left and right mixed up, with the ocean on the wrong side of the state! Best wishes. Bruce

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Does your machine scan through the discs? If so the you need a laser and should replace the unit. If you do not hear or see the unit shuffling throug the discs at initial plug in then you have a bad belt that drives the changer mechanism or during your move the mechanisms gear timing has been thrown off by the unit being dropped or bumped rather roughly. Either way it is more than likely going to be more cost effective to replace the unit. Sorry!! Too bad you're not in NC still. That's where I am. I wish you good luck!

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