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LASERS ARE LIKE THE OLD RECORD NEEDLES THEY ONLY HAVE A LIMITED LIFE AND GET WEAKER WITH AGE HOW OLD IS THE UNIT ANDARE YOU PLAYING BURNT CDS IF SO BUY BETTER BLANKS AND MAKE SURE WHEN YOU BURN YOU DO A RED BOOK BURN.
The protect message indicates that there is a problem with the final stage of the amplifier section. This unit will require repair as a reset will not clear this. There is an audio amp IC inside that needs to be replaced. Figure on about $15 or so for the part.
Hi there , heres a simple case of the recording format on the cds , its likely that your daughter's cds are recorded on a computer in a format probably mp3 or higher speed thats not compartible with your boom box . The solution to this is to record your cds in Normal format , and they will surely play !