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To get the cd's out, remove the screws on the side and rear that hold the top portion on (might have to take side panels all the way off to access screws under the top edge...). Lift lid and Ta-Da!! CD's.
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Hello this could be a power fault, but first check the power plug if it is in contact with the power socket and if it is then you have to open the back cover of the system to check the fuses if blown resistor,capacitor and transistor with the use of a multimeter to check for back component and if bad replace faulty ones. Then power on to confirm, if not on then take it to the manufacturer or a skilled personnel to handle it
I had the same problem the power button is pushed in. You did not mention if your unit came with a remote control if it did use that to turn your stero on and off. you will not be albe to use any of the buttons on the stereo if the controls are listed on the remote IE; Cd player, radio tape or tuner. try this please. hope this helps
We had the same problem with our last rca stereo. I don't remember what model it was. My husband took it apart and found that there was and area on the circuit board that was fried. I don't know of any other solution then the one we chose. Trash it. I'm not expert but I would imagine that you could by a new stereo for the price of replacing that circuit board. Just don't buy an rca. They are junk. Our new rca just quit playing cds.
It most likely blew a fuse as a result of the power supply or the power output curcuit blowing out. Unless you have the proper tools and the the right test equipment , I am afraid you will not be able to repair this as this repair will require you to have the circuit diagram and follow the short. My best advise would be if this unit cost less the a couple of hundred bucks, Time to go shopping, as the repair would most likely exceed half if not more. Good Luck