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Sharp cd sw330

The cd player reads er cd01 and cds will not play.

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SOURCE: THE SYSTEM SHOWS ME ER-CD01

this is a standard reset so if its a problem with the programming this should do the trick if it does not either your cd or laser lens is no longer doing its job properly

turn on the set-press the on stanby button,allow the set to enter demo mode. now press the power button while pressing the stop and eject button,clear all will display


hope this helps
Robb

Posted on Apr 23, 2010

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