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My cambridge cd player 640c not able to close and keep opening, any advice?

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Unless you are an experienced tech, you should let a pro look at this unit. It may be a mechanical fault, or a logic control problem. Cambridge makes excellent sounding CD players, so I think they warrant spending money to repair them properly. Attempts by inexperienced owners can greatly increase the repair cost.

Posted on Oct 07, 2010

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