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Fan i think

Some times it works sometimes it doesn't, depends wot mood it is in. when it is working after a while it just cuts out. think it may have something to do with the fan. but how can i be sure? and how can i fix this problem?

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press menu then go to set up then I think general and then look for play mode or cd mode. something like that.\

ps if it was over heating the unit actual tells you that it is over heated and then powers down.

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