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I assume you have tried a cleaning disc? Put CDs in the right way up? No foreign objects in drive (like stick-on labels, they always fall off when you least expect it)? Open the tray and shine a torch into the slot, you may see some fluff or other debris in there. Use an air can to blow stuff out - do not stick anything in the machine! If the machine is not recognizing a disc the cause is nearly always a faulty or obscured laser.
If the CD drive is in a receiver, make sure you have selected "CD" as the source.
it's a defect.... take it back.... but just know that one of your cd's is jammed inside the 5 disk changer.,... I had to take it totally apart and the cd was missing chunks. I put it back together to no avail... it won't even turn on now... so back it goes to Walmart now.