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Rejecting cd's cd player rejects all cds. I've used a cleaner disc, but didn't help. I've heard there used to be a reset button on this type player that would solve the problem, but I don't find one on this player.

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Re: rejecting cd's

Press the Q/I/ATT and the "sel" button at the same time with the unit off for more than 2 seconds. This will reset the entire unit (you'll have to re-program the memory stations for FM & AM). The disc should eject automatically.

Hope that helps!

Posted on May 30, 2008

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