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Cd player Frequently, especially when it is HOT, CD playback is choppy. Generally OK for cool conditions. I have used a CD cleaner disc to dust off laser lens. This usually helps for a little while but the problem recurs. I have checked that these CDs play fine on my CD player at home. Toyota Corolla 2004 factory-standard CD/cassette/am/fm player

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Well it's not normal that a factory deck goes out that quickly, it could be that you have really dusty conditions. It could be that its going bad and the littlest piece of dust could affect it, I would look at it trying to get it serviced or to get a new deck, if you have any other questions please ask! Thanks!

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