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Protect I cant listen to music or play a cd

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If ur a technisition ten open cd and chek power ic for loose contact solder them

Posted on Mar 06, 2009

  • Shrinath suresh inde Mar 06, 2009

    if ur a technisition ten open cd and chek power ic for loose contact solder them

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