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Won't let me insert a disc

When i go to put a disc in, it accepts the disc, makes a loud whirring sound for about 5 seconds, then spits the cd back out. if i put in the disc and quickly put the faceplate back up, it does the same thing and says 'NO DISC'. it first happened on a hot day, so i thought maybe the heat fried all the cds in my car, but i tried a different one and it did the same thing.

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    seems to be a re-occurring problem with this kenwood deck, happened to mine, i tried resetting it, nothing tried taking it apart and cleaning it with compressed air, nothing.... i,m going to try the laser cleaner disk asap

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I had the same problem and I called a technical and the only thing I had to do was send it where i buyed it fora new one. Because I buyed it in ebay and it was damaged when they send it to my house. There are very delicate

Posted on Jul 02, 2007

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If your cd player spits it out try again but this time with some ketchup it might like that better...k bye

Posted on May 22, 2007

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Try turning off your car then inserting the disc mine did something similar but the only problem is if you want to switch cds you have to turn off your car again hope this helps and I hope that I can find something to help me with my problem in the is site

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Also if the cd is scratched, even lightly, it does not play

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Try cleaning the unit with a laser lens cleaner disc and see if this helps at all. If not it sounds like your laser assembly may have failed.

Posted on Sep 09, 2006

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