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CD wont play

Just hooked my up my alpine head unit to my jeep. we finally got the radio to play through the speakers but the cd playing wont turn out any music. cd is turning the cd around but no noise at all.

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If it is new you may have left the screw in the back of the radio you have to takje this screw out for the laser to function it should have a plastic box on it

Posted on Jan 02, 2009

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