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when its cycled thru them .,does it stop?does it show them on the screen with a lit circle?are they normal cds.can you select one cd to play?hold the eject button in for about 5 seconds,see if that resets it
DVD movies usually send out a digital signal, like dolby digital, and this requires a matching decoder in your receiver in order to hear anything. Regular CDs don't use dolby digital, usually. Check you receiver to make sure it can decode the digital signal, and check your optical or digital coaxial cable.
I reckon that they are not being put back correctly by the loading mechanism! This is a common problem with these units. It is highly unlikely that they are actually falling off the carousel.
Open the unit, and watch it as it loads and replaces the cd's from the carousel. You will probably find that instead of grabbing the disc off of the spindle and putting it back, it might be grabbing before the cd is even in its grip. This then simply bumps the cd out of the way, and it will fall inside of the unit.
The good news is that it can be fixed with a bit of very gentle bending and persuading. But be very carefull when doing this!