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Won't open, clicking noises

I,ve had the same problem along with a host of other problems: locked up, fault codes not in the manual, finalized cd that won't read or play, unit stopping after a half hour and locking up. It's useless now.

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I checked and it's still in warranty.

Thanks anyway.

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