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Grinding noise I had my cd500 fixed in November. The little piece that holds the cd in came off. They fixed that, but then when I got it back I was still getting format errors. They gave it back and told me to only use mavica discs. And since then that is what I've been doing. However I am still hearing a loud grinding noise when the picture is being burned. Do you know what it is? I am wondering if I need to take it back in.

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Veja se a roldana central não está solta no eixo, cd driver ! Colar , fixar pode ser a solução se estiver patinando Grato!

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return it?

my first CD-500 had problems too. i just returned it and got a new one and the new one works perfectly.

it seems these stereos are hit-or-miss. i believe they are made in Malaysia now, not Japan, and that Nakamichi is not really 'Nakamichi' any more.

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