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Bad line output jacks

I just bought this cd changer and the sound cuts in and out when the red/white output jacks are moved i would like to know if they are soldered and how i would go about replacing it. thanks for any advice you can give.

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    I've had the same problem with two different Kenwood CD players. The CD do not play all the way through. Each CD whether new or old will skip and sometimes it will stop playing all together. I am beginning to think the product is no good, since I replaced the CD changer and I now have the same problem

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I also agree with this answer. It's not hard to resolder the connections. this is a common problem with output jacks. the solder dries up over time and making it brittle and working its way loose. try resoldering the connections and all should be well.

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This is a common problem with output jacks. the solder dries up over time and making it brittle and working its way loose. try resoldering the connections and all should be well.

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