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It is likely worn drive belts. There are 2 within this hi-fi. I replaced my belts with elastic bands. No issues so far.
1) Remove power and unplug unit
2) Remove 4 x lid screws and lid
3) Remove both side panels.
4) Remove silver plate from shielding cd drive
5) Replace belts with 25mm diameter bands
6) Reverse the strip down.
New belts are $6 each on e-bay.
The loading mechanism needs to be rebuilt. There is also an engineering change that should be applied to this unit if it hasn't had the mod already. This is not a home repair. This unit should go to an authorized Panasonic service center.
it's a defect.... take it back.... but just know that one of your cd's is jammed inside the 5 disk changer.,... I had to take it totally apart and the cd was missing chunks. I put it back together to no avail... it won't even turn on now... so back it goes to Walmart now.
Common Problem with AIWA 3 disc machines. I have 3 in my service shop right now.
For tray not rolling in on it's own, the drive rollers have to be changed, along with the Drive Belt.
Also, for CD not reading, try CD lens cleaner.