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My cd player on the Sony HCD-G101 rotates the discs but ...

Won't play them. I just purchased it used and was told it does work and the lady even still had 3 CD's in it. Am I doing something wrong? Everything else seems to work fine.

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I had the same problem after i moved and everything ran but when i put in a cd the disc would spin for awhile then change to the next disc and just kept spinning and moving from one disc to the other none stop. so i opened mine up turns out during the move there is a small black plastic piece that sits on top of the laser in the middle it shifted during the move making it block the view of the disc. you will have to carefully remove the plastic piece from the top of the laser with out touching the laser lens and that fixed mine good as new. my problem is i need the remote code movers lost my remote and can't find the code to use the replacement i bought. Hope it helps if this is the same problem i had should work. i tried to move the black piece back into place but it just did not go back right to just removed it all together. they did not use anything to really hold it into place to avoid slipping.

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