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CD player eject mechanism problem

When ejecting a CD, the eject mechanism does not shut off. One must either pull the power plug for several minutes and repower the unit or put a CD back into the CD slot.

I tried to open the unit to see if something is loose inside by removing all of the bottom screws, the speaker grilles, speaker retaining screws, but the case still does not come off.

Any suggestions?

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  • larry tillma Dec 31, 2008

    i have that same thing happing to my

  • wright971 Mar 21, 2009

    It will play 1 or 2 CD's then makes a noise. We took off the top and it looks like it does not put the Cd that was just played all the way back in before it pulls out the next one.

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It want catch the cd when you put in the cd

Posted on Dec 31, 2008

Cant put cd in pulled out know its stuck closed so you cant insert cd.

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