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HI, does the CD that you put in that doesn't play are the CD you use before and plays on your CD player?If yes then that is a lens issue the lens probably need replacement
try to clean first the lens of the player with a soft cloth dip in an alcohol wipe the lens do not apply too much pressure when wiping
are the CD format compatible with your player there are different audio formats which we must consider with the compatibility with the player ex..audio CD,MP3,MIDI,VCD,DVD,MP4 etc.your player must support this format to play this disk.
The primary cause of disk reading failure is the lens itself .if your CD player is more than 3 years old then it must be the lens to replace next is the spindle motor this motor is the one spins the disk the life span of this motor is 4 to 5 years this are the things to consider and you can decide which part needs relacement thank you and good luck!
Not to worrry , but there is a sliding button, knob that makes the set pause and called as HOLD. All you need to do is to slide the knob back,look at teh side of the door/set. please look carefully even if the pause is pressed twice.
I am sure you will find this out and continue to enjoy music during your treatment. I wish you luck and my prayers for a good treatment. Good day
Most likely the trouble is that the laser has just worn out and can't read discs any longer. The power drops with age and use, and sooner or later this happens to any CD player. The low cost of these personal CD players makes them uneconomical to repair.
Dust may not be the entire cause, but without knowing the make and model, anything I list would be pure speculation. Please post the make and model. That should give me enough info to list the probable problems and their solutions.
One of your elite experts allowed as how I would need to disassemble the unit to find the problem. How many college high brow units did he take to arrive at that great advice. I didn't have much hope of finding the problem with that kind of advice so I solved the problem by buying a new unit. Pf-f-f-f-t to you all
First try and clean the laser with a Q-tip with rubbing alchol on it. gently wipe the lens with the Q-tip. Then allow to dry for a couple of seconds. Try again if problem persists. Try to get the disc spinning wth your finger. While spinning clockwise close the lid and see if it takes off. If it does you have a bad spidle motor and it will need to be replaced. If it does not respond to either. I would consider replacement. The cost to repair by the time you pay a tech and parts you could get a new one with warranty. Generally if these need more than just a cleaning most people just replace due to cost of repair.