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Clarion M235 I purchased a refurbished Clarion M235 and it will not load CDs. The radio works good bur after a minute or so, it ejects any cd I try in it. tried five cds and it was always the same thing.

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It needs a new CD mech. Hopefully you can exchange it from the shop you got it from.

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