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Repairing Kenwood mutiple compact disc player

Hello have a fantastic all in one tape radio and CD player, only thing is CD starts skipping after awhile and the longer it's on the worse it seems to get!. Is there anyone in central london that I can take it to and get it repaired?. Many thanks Janice

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