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Unit is AS765C, problems using CD player. Difficult to get it to play a CD, Says "No Disc" but will sometimes play a disc but no more and can't work out how to get it to work again. Thanks deniscolbourn@gmail.com

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Could be dust on the laser lens. Can get a cleaning CD which has a small brush to clean it, or if you can see the lens (don't look directly at it when switched on as the invisible infra-red laser is bad for your eyes) then clean it gently with a cotton bud (q-tip).
If cleaning does not fix it and the CDs are in good condition then the laser unit is bad and needs replacing which is possible but might cost the same as buying a new CD player.

Posted on Jan 02, 2011

Testimonial: "Thanks for the advice. I had to remove the CD player from the 3-in-1 and eventually was able to find space to clean the little lens. It now seems OK"

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