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Player doesn't recognize most CDs - 'no disc' message appears.

I have to jiggle the player for the motor to start up with most CDs. With a few exceptions, after inserting the CD it pauses, but doesn't read and then indicates 'no disc'.

Once it starts, the player works well, no problem reading or skipping.

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Your player lens needs to be cleaned by a lens cleaner...

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Open the drawer, unplug the power w/ drawer open . Shoot some compressed CO2 (Dust-off) inside the drawer area (inside the unit above the CD drawer
Plug the power back in and try a CD

Posted on Apr 01, 2009

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