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No audo/no disc

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Re: no audo/no disc

Do you receive any disc errors? Or does it just not even load/accept the disc? If it does accept it, do you hear the cd turning?

Make sure you dont have anything jammed in there. The only thing that would cause this is a faulty drive, which should only be replaced by a qualified service technician. The part itself is roughly a $70-100 part.


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