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Kenwood cd-203 5 cd humming sound

The humming sound can be heard thru the speakers,

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Check your RCA cables to make sure that they are not dirty, tarnished or not completely plugged in. Also, try switching to different (working!) RCA cables to see if that fixes the noise problem. Good luck!

Posted on Jan 20, 2013

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SOURCE: Kenwood CD-203 5-Disc CD Changer will not play CDs

The laser might be the culpert, be sure its clean by using a swab and a alcohol. If the laser is needed
it could cost approx $75 unless their using a Sony
which might be cheaper!

Posted on Apr 17, 2010

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