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FWB-C10/17 3CD Changer/Tuner/Tape Player It was shipped to me and when I plugged it up, all it wants to do is the set up, Dim 1, 2, 3, etc. I cannot get the CD changer to open, cannot get the CD or radio to play. Only the cassette tape player is working and I want everything to work, like it was last week before being shipped to me. HELP!!

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  • Ethea Sep 17, 2007

    thanks troylove11. this sounds like it may work except i don't know how to turn the demo mode off.

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I'll try it when i return home. i'm at work right now. i did go online to manuals but nothing came up that i needed. thanks again. will let you know how it turns out.

Posted on Sep 18, 2007

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Does it has a Demo mode? See if you can turn off.

Posted on Sep 16, 2007

  • Lashawn Robinson Sep 17, 2007

    I do not have the manual but you can search online to find one. Maybe under model or Manuals.net or com. Hope this helps

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