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CD ticking problem!?

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I have just bought a TEAC DRH-300DAB and when I play a CD a consistent light ticking sound appears after about 5 seconds, and then doesn't stop. It is not very noisy, and is not through the speakers - it is very much the CD unit. The noise is not replicated with a DVD playing!
Please help as it's driving us mad!
Thanks,
Charlie

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Please check the mechanisum.it is on five or more rubber mounts one of rhat rubber mount damaged. or is anything stuc inside the player .
if you have warranty go with problem occurd cd and sho it to them.
they have to fix it .isnt it?
nuwan.

Posted on Jan 16, 2009

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