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Panasonic SA-AK66 Sound Problems

The sound has begun to completely stop when playing CDs or even the radio. It drops in an out. I discovered that whenever it has dropped out I can bring it back by inserting a headphone jack and taking it back out again. It plays through the headphones fine.

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I have a Panasonic SA-AK66 5 disc changer stereo system. At first I was getting a no disc. I inserted my cd disc cleaner, now it won't play the disc or open (the drawer). What happened?

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