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CD and MP3 discs burned or otherwise do not load

I've only had the stereo for 3 months, and I can't return it. The CD/MP3 player will not read any discs, but the radio is still functioning. I get the usual prompt that it is trying to read the CD and end up with it reading "Error 1." I've tried factory CDs, burned CDs, MP3 CDs. I own the manual, but their troubleshooting section is a joke. I've seen that others have encountered problems with Durabrand Car Audio, but is there any idea of a fix for this?

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First of all, you aren't going to like this solution because it's the truth. If you rate me poorly, it's because you don't understand the truth. The optical pickup is bad and needs to be replaced. Anything made by Jensen/Durabrand is poorly built. Yes, you're lucky to have even gotten four months use out of it. I've seen some that only last for two months and they die. Fortunately, that's why you didn't pay that much for it. I would suggest getting a Pioneer in the future.

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I have had mine for 3yrs and it just smoked last night(12/04-03/08). I had it in one of my demo cars to prove a point. That a properly installed and maintained budget system is possible and will outlast and out perform many Well Know brands. I have 3 show cars for my shop one budget(montero), mid level price point(dodge stealth r/t) and a full blown w/ ppi amps, mb quart speakers eclipse devices(bmw m3)
The PPI amps have smoked several times, to the point that I no longer carry PPI. My point being that no matter what you buy there is a good chance it will breakdown w/o routine cleaning and care.

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