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I can not get my new Pioneer PD F407 25 Disc CD File Changer to start Playing. I have made sure Ihave put the Cd's in facing the right direction. However, there were no instructions in the box and I can not find any instruction online. Pleas offer any assistance possible. Thanks.

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Hello joust make sure the disc are playable and vistit this link www.pioneerelectronics.com saludos

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