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How to operate Emerson 3 disc compact disc player

Bought furnished condo.it came with.cannot figure how to operate radio portion of player.can you help ? Thanks

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SOURCE: Emerson 3 Compact Disc Player

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If the machine cant read the table of contents of a disc this would suggest either the lens of the optical pick up is dirty or the optical pick up has failed completely or something directly relating to the optical pick up i.e the spindle or stepper motor, if you can easily acess the optical lens you maybe able to clean it using a cotton bud and re-test, just try this with a dry contton bud to begin with if this gives an improvement you may wish to use a cotton bud with a alchol cleaner like I.P.A,
make light circular movements over the lens. If this makes no difference the machine requires repairing, so consult a local service engineer.
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Posted on Dec 11, 2010

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Hi
If the machine cant read the table of contents of a disc this would suggest either the lens of the optical pick up is dirty or the optical pick up has failed completely or something directly relating to the optical pick up i.e the spindle or stepper motor, if you can easily acess the optical lens you maybe able to clean it using a cotton bud and re-test, just try this with a dry contton bud to begin with if this gives an improvement you may wish to use a cotton bud with a alchol cleaner like I.P.A,
make light circular movements over the lens. If this makes no difference the machine requires repairing, so consult a local service engineer.
regards

TechSupp12

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Always stop the engine before disconnecting the battery negative lead and make sure the battery positive lead is isolated i.e. wrapped in a suitable cloth.

WARNING: Radio code saving devices must not be used when conducting work on air bag or fuel systems. It must be noted that, when using these devices, the vehicle electrical system is still live albeit with a reduced current flow.

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