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CD ISSUE THE CD PLAYER WORKS SOTMETIMES AND MOST THE TIME NOT AND IT READS BAD DISC IT DOES NOT MATTER WHAT TYPE OF CD IT IS.

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You guys need to provide MORE info! Brand of CD player, model, HOW OLD???

Most of the time, you can do a reset (pull power plug out whileit is playing) wait 5 minutes, re apply power and see. If not, CD lens cleaner? If not, then the laser is either too old or has become misaligned.

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