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A CD may have gotten stuck moving from its slot to the play mechanism or while returning to its slot. If repeatedly pushing the reset button does not restore operation or make it possible to pop out the magazine, you may be in for a difficult task of removing the magazine manually but the stuck disc has to get unstuck first
Nope. Its getting to the end of its days. I'm guessing by your description you tend to play your music loudly like I do. Well when you do that it causes vibration. Vibration+electronics=Short life span.
Had the same problem!! Found the solution here under "Wont Play" question. Push that cd chngr magazine (holder) all the way into the unit and tap with a blunt object( Dont tap too hard,it's plastic!!) screw driver worked for me! Push the eject button and you'll hear the unit working! Pop it in and out and it seemed to unfreeze whatever was frozen!! It finally loaded a cd and started playing again. I checked all 6 and they were okay!!
cds skip irrespective of their positions as the reading lens is the same for all.
you can do the following
1)this seems to be a SERVICING problem with dust playing the spoilsport.
2)buy a new disc (scratchless) , play it in all positions and com pare.
if it skips in all positions, call an electronic engineer who will replace /repair the delay circuit.