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TEAC MC-D95 My TEAC MC-D95 won't play CD's. When selecting, the machine makes a quiet groaning noise like it's trying to start spinning the CD it's lookig for. Then it gives up. I've tried different CD's and turning the machine off. HELP!

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Weak or exhausted optical lens or laser assemly,needs replacement or adjustment,see a doctor.

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try different cd's my has the same problems. maybe due to early era of cd player. some cd's work ok. use as an amp with outboard cd player. good luck

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Hi, This is just a guess but it may be worth a try. I have heard that Audio CD-Rs, which are the only media this machine will record onto, are famous for being finicky about being played on different kinds of CD readers. My suggestion is that you "rip" the Audio CD-R's content to your computer (in .wav or .MP3 format) and then make a copy of your album onto a reagular CD-R which is more likely to be played on any CD reader. Not sure if this'll work for you but it's worth a shot. Hope this helps.

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