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Pioneer 101 disc cd changer PD-F907, all seem to work but won't play cd's any more

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These models have a common problem with a lever that pops out of place and makes it so the disc's can not be loaded into the mech to be played. Take the top off the unit and look into the middle of it. You will see the actual cd mech that plays the disc. It has a white lever that has a knob on it and that knob may be out of place. It goes into a track on a black lever right below or next to the white lever. After it is put back into place, it should play fine.

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