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Player won't read cd's keeps opening door

Everytime I try to play a disc the door will open.I try to switch to any of the five slots and it almost always reads open and will not play

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This model has a belt used for loading the cd mech, after you push play if the belt is slipping or gone,the door will open, if you take the cabinet off eith power off and traopen, look at cd mech you see a belt, it may be loose or gone

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