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No display unable to turn on to get cds out

Ive had the thing for about 11 years as it is might just be old but it started shorting out and just turning off in the middle of play and then one day i tried to turn it on and the screen read fgi or fg1 something like that and now nothing works on it and i got some of my fav cds in it. if your at all good with technical stuff help me out

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