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CD's won't play

It's almost like there is a short in the machine. When you hit the play button, it acts like it's going to play the CD and then the whole thing resets itself... like it lost power. Any ideas?

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  • Anonymous Dec 16, 2008

    HI- I have just bought an old Marantz C35 player- it works fine with shop bought cd's, but doesnt recognise a recorded mp3 player disc done by my friend on a PC, is the formatting different ?? Thanks any advice would be wellcome Dave

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The machines laser is not powerful enough to see the disc old technology will not look at homemade discs they are not reflective like stock cds ok regards kirk

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