Question about Televison & Video
OK, I am not a computer geek at all. . . and it was not me that found the solution. But I will describe it the best I can, which may be even better if I get my point across for anyone else that is as inept as I.
There is a hole on the bottom on the left of the unit. If you look in it, there is a gear that you can turn. Basically the housing of the cd's is stuck and if you move the gear this housing will rise when looking at the whole unit with the top off. You move the gear till the housing can go no higher and it is fixed!!!! Make sense? I really hope this helps. . .We almost had to buy another cd player. . . . Hopefully this one will last a few more months or even years.
Posted on Jun 24, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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