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A word Err appears on sony CDP-CX53

The carousel will not turn and it will not play CDs. A little "err" message appears on the display and it will not go away until we turn the player off and then back on. It has been getting worse over time. Sometimes it would fix itself, after a while, but now it doesn't work at all. The problem tended to come when we took all the CDs out.

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SOURCE: Sony CDP-CX53 rotates the carousel and inserts the CD into the playing position, but it won't play the CD

Hi,

It sounds like there is a cd tray alignment problem, there is no quick fix, all i could suggest is to send it to us or take it to your nearest dealer.

Regards.

http://www.audiovisualservices.info/

Posted on Jan 02, 2009

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