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This probably indicates some kind of mechanism damage. Also the Mode Switch could be faulty or out place, again that can be caused by damage to the mechanical parts. The mode switch tells the electronics what position or playing mode the mechanism is in. Any incorrect movement results in stopping the actions and could result in system shutdown to prevent even more damage.
Hello If a disc has been put in the slot of the disc in play, Remove the disc, whose number is displayed, and press stop button. Because of light or noise, the changer has detected a disc in the lot of the disc being played, even though it is empty. Check whether there is a disc in the displayed slot. With front panel closed, hold down "STOP " button for atl least four seconds or more.
This sounds like an issue with either your CD player, CD control board, or Selection and Credit Computer. I can help you troubleshoot further over the phone (and repair/replace whatever is necessary). My name is Rod and I can be reached at email@example.com. Please email me and I'll email you my telephone number.
cajunito, After more than 4 years of everyday use, mine stopped as well. The problem was that the [Play] button/switch soldering dislodged from the PCB. I opened the player and resoldered the [start/play/stop/off] switch back on the PCB. It now works again. I noticed the problem because I could still get the player to operate by using more force and put some side pressure on the switch, which apparently pushed the switch and the PCB together to make contact again. With a problem like you have there can be many different causes, so this might not be your solution. Regards, Robert Ilbrink