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Problems getting Mega CD to work...

Hi, I just got a Sega mega CD 1 and I can't get it to work. No lights are displayed and the tray doesn't open. I have both power cords (from the mega drive and CD consoles attached and on. The RF cord from the mega drive is in and at the right channel. The other cords that fit into the back of the TV are in (red and white).

The mega drive works, and plays games fine, but I get nothing on the mega CD. Any ideas? Thanks heaps for any answers you might be able to help me with...

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