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Hard time loading cd

Unit has a hard time loading cd's a lot of times will not load at all, once loaded plays fine what can i do to correct this or can i

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  • jayhendry Jul 31, 2008

    hey i have the sony cdx-m610 and i will take some cds like 4 outa 15 that i try to put in and it seems to have an eror and spits it back out. how would i fix it.. emal me at jayhendry@zoominternet.net .. thank you

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Hi does it try and load ie does it feel like the cd is slipping?

it could just be the rollers are dirty, thease pull the cd into the mech.

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