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I currently have a JVC XL-E3 CD Player. It powers up OK & plays CDs but the sound is very hissy with virtually no sound! Could the laser need cleaning or is there something further wrong?

This CD Player is a JVC Hifi seperate. All other components all work OK (Tuner,Cassette Decks & Phono). If you could help that would be much appreciated.Thank you in anticipation.

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  • Rob getz Nov 11, 2012

    If it is sepperate from the rest of the system, My advice would be just to get a different one, To me it sounds like a problem with the lazer eye, In some of them what happens from heat the unit gives off while playing, The term us techs use is the lens gets milky,Then it will sound like (****) to put it mindly. It is verry costly to have it replaced, I have bought good used disc players for friends of mine for $7 to $30 at the most, At thrift stores or privately,One thing when buying one if it is dusty  inside when you open up the drawer, Stay away from it, Hope this helps you out. 

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