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My GPX 8.1 dvd/cd player stopped working. I have had it a very short time. Manual is missing. Radio works, but nothing else. How can I address this issue?

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Hi Could be a bad selector switch, try jiggling it back and forth to see in it works in an in between position. Possible loose power connector to the cd player or cd is faulty. Jay

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