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Music CDs skipping while playing

My music cds are skipping on all of the 5 cd decks. I have used the Maxell cd head cleaner product to clean the head as recommended on the cleaner product. The cleaner product is a cd which has brushes on the play side. But its use does not show any effect on this system. I am doomed right now as to what to do with this music system; rest of the features on this work just fine. Any help would be appreciated. Do I need to open it from the back and clean the laser head?

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Yes..if CD cleaner not sucess, you can open the DVD..if you have been done and not working, maybe the optical has been weak..

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