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Car mp3/wma cd receiver

Cannot get a cd to play it keeps saying no disk

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first off, is the cd you are inserting compatible to the player? is so, then what you need to do is clean the player so that you will be sure that it will read it. you a cd cleaner which you can buy from any computer shops. hopefully this will help your player read the cd.

hope this helps.

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