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Sony Walkman D-EJ001 Buttons won't work

When inserting a new disc into the walkman, I can press the byutoon Play and the walkman will play music but then I cannot stop the track or skip tracks or use any other button on the walkman. The only way I have to stop the disc is to open the disc compartment. Any suggestion folks?

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It could be that the lens needs cleaning. Try a CD Lens Cleaner like this. They can be found at most major grocery stores and supermarkets.

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On your player there is a switch, usually on the bottom or inside the CD compartment. It will say "hold". You need to switch this in the opposite direction that it is currently in. Afterwards you should have no problems. This feature is designed to lock your player so that you don't accidently push buttons when your active.

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