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Good morning, afternoon, evening or night; whatever time of day you are viewing this solution post. Thank you for choosing FixYa to assist you with your question. You want to know where the power button is on the Memorex MD6451R Personal CD Player? Well to answer your question, the power button is Play/Pause button. Insert a CD into the compartment, close the top and press the Play/Pause button (whether on the CD player or the wired inline remote). I hope this turns on your CD player and thank you for choosing FixYa to answer your question. Have a good morning, afternoon, evening or night; whatever time of day you are viewing this solution post.
There is a "hold" button on the device that works like a key lock on your cell phone.
Find the hold button and switch it to the other position and you will be able to use your device normally.
Once you have put your CD player in a mode that you want, then you switch the hold button on so that you won't accidentally hit any buttons. You can then safely put the CD player in a pocket and not have to worry about it.
Hello! Did the live session get disconnected? It is possible that he has also toggled the voltage selector that may have roasted the mainboard however you can try the factory reset to see if it works..
take a small flat (watchmaker) screwdriver
open the battries cartige an look for the springs that connect and holds the battries
shive the screwdriver between the last coil of the spring and extend it (for better connection)
check with brand new battries
look inside the inlet ac adapter and look for a little silver tab
shove the screwdriver inside and make some distance from its position (for better connectin)
check with the ac adapter
if that didnt worked then
check the play button - maybe it got bad connection
open the cd player
look at the play button - there is rubber between the button and the board
clean the connection with borad with some alcohol
assemble it all toghter and see if good
sounds like one of those "ghost in the machine" thing
on my Rio the contacts that tell it if its open or close are at the hinge side, 2 metal ribbons that come down from the cover side and touch other metal parts below them on the base side.
I'm not sure if this is the same on your model but check it, if not, then on yours it might detect open/close on the latch mechanism, so check to see if the latch action is normal, or if it feels ****, sticky etc.
either way - locate the open/close sensors, and make sure they look allright, not bent, broken or dirty, and see what you can do about it.
have a nice day!