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CANT ACCESS CD PLAYER MOTOR ON FACE IS STUCK

WHERE CAN I GET THE UNIT FIXED OR IS THAT POSSIBLE WHAT HAPPENS IS THE FACEPLATE IS MOTORIZED AND SOMEHOW STUCK BUT IF I TRY TO OPEN IT THE "MOTOR" CONTIUES TO RUN THE MODEL IS JVC KD-SH3899 PLEASE HELP

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Hi, sounds like a switch had become faulty, you will have to send to a repair agent.
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