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No sound is being produced from the cd player unit. I get sound from the radio receiver and the tape deck. Also, when the CD player is on and the volume is turned up to the max, I can hear the music very faintly when my ear is ressed against the speaker. Is this a failure in the CD player circuit board?

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Try looking for the reset button usually a little pin button like the ones on digital wrist watches hard to notice. If this is a home stereo are you sure the tape monitor button isn't on?

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