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If you took it apart you might of voided the warranty. Try buying like a cd cleaner they sell them at bust buy and stuff and give that a try. If that doesn't work. Contact Stanton and Have them take a look at it for you.
It could be caused by a few things :
1) The CD was not burned correctly or did not complete. Try using an original CD and see if it works
2) Some MP3s when downloaded from online sources have a digital protection which prevents it from playing once burned into a CD.
3) The brand of CDRs you are using are not good. Try another brand
If all the above do not fix it, I recommend that you send the unit for warranty or repair. The optical laser could have been damaged.
I have an I-pod nano 4 gb. What I think is going on is you are loading full "wav" files. The 500 songs is predicated on low quality "mp3" songs. Normally, I-tunes will convert the "wav" file to an "mp3" file.
Check your music files on your computer and assure they are "mp3" files. If they are make sure your I-pod does not have other "stuff" on it. Use I-tunes to reset it an "like-new" condition (that removes all files)., then use I-tunes to re-install your music.
If you are downloading files from the I-tunes store make sure they are safe so you do not loose your investment in tunes.
Since they are from cd's make sure the ripped files are safe, then try a re-install.
You can replace the cd drive by ordering another one from American DJ online.Give them the model number and replace about three multiple connectors in the same order you have the bad one. That will fix your problem.