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Buzzing sound and can't open stereo

I can't play CD's. The stereo won't even open. Whenever I turn the stereo completely off, it makes a buzzing sound that continues for about a minute.

Also, does anyone know what I need to buy to hook up my MP3 player to this? I don't have an Ipod, it's an RCA mp3 player. Just wondering. Thank you!

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Again RCA stereos **** for this factor, cheap transformers, replace the transformer and see if that helps as it seems to be the most problem with most RCA systems I've repaired in the past.

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Sterio head phone jack on both ends male to male sterio head phone jack usually called an extension plug into mic in front or you can also if aux input in back of sterio buy a rca one end split male male rca jack with the other end female head phone jack this will play threw aux

the evil buzz in sterio is the sound that cd player is stuck and needs cleaning and maintenance over power cause it cant open so its buzzing threw the rotor cd table is trying to spin back into place thats where the minute takes place if theres any cd's in player one or alot might have gotten stuck in one place makin cd player buzz

if theres a way to get out disks with out damaging disks i wish i would know how but this a shake the sterio till you feel disks seat back down properly in rotor tray then it will be safe to open takes a little finness to get disks out

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