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How to re-install cd shelves inside changer

Hi, My husband removed the actual cd shelves (I guess that's what they are called) out of my 3CD Multi Changer that the actual cd's sit in. The changer starting malfunctioning one day (unbeknownst to me) and I came home and he had removed the shelves from inside the disc changer. So I am sick and tired of them just sitting around and I would really like to put them back in so I can listen to cd's. can you tell me how to do that? I notice there are four screws on the sides of the unit iteself for which I removed and that does absolutely nothing. Certainly there must be a way I can get inside to place them back in the changer right? Or do I even need to get inside at all and startpulling stuff out. HELP!!!
Frustrated Julie

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What brand and model stereo system are you talking about? Setting back the cd mechanism in some players can be tricky.

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