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My Meridian 586 DVD/CD player wont' read disc and have learned the components are made of Toshiba. Meridian dealer has no available parts of this player especially the lens. Could somebody please inform me if it's still repairable and where could I possibly bring it. Thanks. andy firstname.lastname@example.org
If it reads data it will read music (which is only data!)
Do you have a Music Program installed? The type of program will depend on whether the music is in CD Audio format or is in the MP3 format.
Windows media player should be able to read Audio CD's (but I don't think it will read MP3's). If you are trying to play a CD encoded as MP3 then you will need to search for a program that plays MP3's (there are many free ones on the Internet.
If it will not read Data, then buy another unit and install it (they are terribly cheap nowadays and uneconomical to repair).
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