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The play botton on my sansui DVD player won't work how do I fix it

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It could be just sticking you may have to open it up and clean see if there is any dirt or dust stopping it.or you could get some contact Electric spray and spray that around the switch.
if that does not work then you may have to take it to someone to have a look at it.

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