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Units that sit do not exercise the belts and this causes some belts to become deformed and then other to just decay to like a tar. Look inside the unit to see if the motors are turning. If they are you will see it needs new belts. If the motors are not turning then the likely cause is Electrolytic Filter capacitors in the power supply. They don't do well sitting either.
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Sorry, no there isn't much you can do at a consumer level with this player, except, if you still have a manufacturer's warranty, taking advantage of it and sending the unit back for warranty repair/replacement (whichever they suggest to you). It is clearly malfunctioning, beyond user control - send it back as a warranty claim (if you still have one on this model). It won't cost you in repairs that way.
Don't put up with a defective product, send it back - get it fixed under warranty free of charge (if applicable), or the unit replaced (again, if under warranty, free).
It won't cost hundreds of dollars and shouldn't take forever to resolve this simple case. Good luck. This is something the manufacturer should worry about; not you.