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The cd will not spin (it did then it quit) and it says NO DISC. where the cd gets held to the motor the front part that holds it in place is loose,Its round and the the cd sits between it and the motor. Is it suppose to be loose.

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The pladder motor is bad, "disc sits on top" most be replaced to regain normal operation.

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