I bought this player earlier this year and it has worked fine with no problems until now. It last worked, for sure, as of this last Sunday. Now, I flip the on/off switch and nothing happens. I did not get it wet, take it outside, drop it, kick it, or anything ... it just sat on the shelf untouched until I tried to use it the next night and hasn't worked since.
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It sound that your remote control need serivce. In most cases, claning it will rectfy the problem. You can get more details about how to reapair,test or clean the remote control by entering this site "Electro-help". Search for it in Google.
check battery, for correct charge level,are you getting gas ,how about fire to the spark plugs? I don't know about that year,(to new),but 1988,and some later models have a module in the distributor that sometimes goes out ,and are heat sensitive if this is the problem you won't get fire to the plugs untill you change it BEWARE!!!, the last one i bought,i think was about $64.00 that has been a while so make sure before you run out and buy one! I hope this helps
This happens when your laser is not able to read the data of the disc. Either u are using disc which the player cannot read or the disc is not readable. If your CD player is not reading the discs which it used to read earlier then CD player laser head has to be replaced.
FYI...the best suggestion I've seen is to hold the channel up and play buttons simutaneously....thereby causing the machine to return to the "factory initialized" state. So far so good for me. We'll see. photog1