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There is some fault with its digital processor board [main board] Contact any experienced service technician. This is not a user repairable one. If
you are not familiar with electronics, do not attempt to repair. Whether you sufferfatal electrical shock!
Instead, contact the nearest service center.
I never have trouble playing CDs on a similar Crosley system, but you might want to first try playing a disc that you purchased at a store. It may be possible that your system cannot play some formats of burned discs.
Take top off.....look for a buldged capacitor on the circuit board that the power cord comes into first. That was my exact problem, and that was my exact solution. Just un-solder the blown capacitor, go to radio shack and buy a new one for $1.
Hello attaboy. You may need to check you ac cord if the noise is in turntable, radio, & cassettte mod. If it has a 3 prong plug than you are missing a GND connection, in the cord or inside the unit. If it has a 2 prong plug than take it back or open it up and replace filter capacitors or bridge rectifiers in units power supply.