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Nostalgic Bubbler gripper assembly seems to be out of alignment and isn't picking discs up or removing them correctly and/or at all.

I found that the arm is picking the CD from the magazine improperly. When it sets the CD on the CD player, it's about half an inch out of alignment. The clamper plate then forces the CD down. When the gripper then tries to remove the CD after a song is over, it doesn't align correctly and does't remove the disc at all.

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There must be some way to adjust this arm, maybe worth a techy having a look??

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SOURCE: Hi, My name is Edward. When a song is done

You have problem with its controller that keeping arm get the cd .
Please check also the program on it.
Regards

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