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Nakamichi MB-2 CD Player tray sticks

When opening the tray on the cd player, it is necessary to pull on the tray a little bit to get it to open. Any ideas......................

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  • jhmccullers Dec 21, 2008

    My MB-3 also sticks and requires a little pull on the load door to open it. Any one have a solution?

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It sounds like the belt that opens the try is getting bad and beginning to slip, a common problem on CD players like this. You should be able to find a replacement belt online.

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