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New Onkyo cd player random

New Onkyo 6-cd player random play doesn't work correctly. It will work for the first cut and then seems to finds CD numbers greater than 6 and then selections greater than the number on the cd. Thanks.

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  • Centralphx47 May 25, 2008

    Thanks for the input, I appreciate it. The unit was new, I returned it under warranty after talking with the manufacturer, which was nice except for the cost of sending it back. Next one will be purchased locally.



    Rhonda

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You imply that this is a new unit. If so, it should still be under warranty. This sounds like there is a logic problem. Return this for warranty exchange or repair.
Keep us posted.
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