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Intermittent sound level on CD only

When playing a CD only the sound level may be low. Setting the handle down with a small tap will bring the sound level back to normal. i am not shure if this a bad solder connection somewhere in the unit or it is part of the CD player that has a problem. sound level on radio and Casette is fine and it happens on all Cds . Thanks for any help (ps there is enough torx screws with various lengths that you would need to buy a entire screwdriver set to take it apart.)

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