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Cd player wont read most cds

My mp7610 cd player won't read most cds recently, when it does it sounds like its playing at a high rate of speed for 2 seconds then tries to load once again. Any help? or should I just replace the unit?

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Try a lens cleaner first . If that doesn't work then i would send it in for repair or purchase a new unit .

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