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CD tray "Locked"

Hi everybody!!
My hi-fi has a problem: when I try to open the CD tray, it says "Locked" on the display..
Is anybody able to help me having my CDs back??
Thanks in advance,

-Alberto

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Dear Alberto,
Please check the underside of the system . The transportation lock at the bottom may be locked manually .

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Posted on Jun 08, 2008

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