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Face plate wont turn on

At one point the cd player ejectedt a cd that was in the player without the face being on at times when i put the face on the player sounds like it trying to read a cd but my amp is not turning on and the face plate is not on but the security light is blinking

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On the faceplate back, there should be some metal contacts. Take a white (not pink, red, purple, etc) pencil eraser and clean the contacts on the faceplate back. You can take a little rubbing alcohol and a q-tip to the contacts on the player itself...just use a little bit. Let it dry for about 5 minutes and try again. If it has a reset button, you may try pushing it, however that will most likely reset the clock, radio stations, and any eq settings.

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