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Player keeps reading e-99

Lately i've been getting e-99 on the screen has anyone else ever had this problem i have no idea what is going on, as far as i know there is no disk in there but kinda wondering if there might be but it wont come out and it wont let me put another one in !!!! please help this is driving me crazy

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Re: player keeps reading e-99

From Changer Error Codes ? E-99: Changer malfunction, disc may be caught in machine or changer requires service. Get a nerd to open it up and clean out all the hand-salsa inside. It may be gumming up a microswitch. Luck

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