Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Yes you are right , it is possible that a cd has got caugh in the mid transffer and got logged in. Unless it shifts to the end position to rest will it eject well. The humming you hear is the motor trying hard to eject. Open carefuly and look inside , do not use force but try to guide the cd carefully assisting it to slide within or out of the slot. Plase rrepeat this and tthe cd will free itselt and you will have a working set. Please check all cd again before reinserting as they may be warped. helpful Good day
Posted on Jul 15, 2010
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