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Make sure discs are clean, purchase a lense cleaner to remove any grime or particles from the CD lense. If still no joy your laser is either out of focus, miss-tracked or completely shot and requires replacement. If it's the latter, rplacements can cost from $50 upwards depending upon what is required to fix the problem. You may be wise to replace the system OR purchase a seperate CD player (as used in a seperates system) and plug it into the aux input.
TOC stands for Table of Contents. On a MiniDisc recorder or CD recorder, a Table Of Contents MUST be written before a disc is usable. On A player, a TOC must be read before the unit knows where to find the songs. Sounds like the laser is NOT reading the TOC, so you will hear nothing until that is corrected (clean lens or replace unit). Try a storebought CD, as perhaps is doesn't like your own burned CD's and most units built before 2000 will not read your own CD's that you make.
of Contents) Information referring to, for example, the table of
contents, total numbers, total names, playing time, time, date, data
position etc. When a new recording is made on the MiniDisc, the new
information is updated.found this on a web site
I know that Panasonic provides chips, optics (laser),etc. to Emerson. I am familiar with the problem you've experienced because I've had a Panasonic CD Player. If the disc doesn't spin (as you said), the problem must be that your shelf system probably has an optical problem (laser problem/pickup problem) and will need to be serviced.