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CD players have a certain amount of mechanical parts to them that a radio does not. If the cd is not turning at the right speed, or the last is not tracking properly then it will not work. Even a small amount of dirt on the lens will cause it to stop working.
Yes, it is probably fixable but not within the cost structure of the Crosley product. On the unit I worked on, the item looks pretty much throw away by it's construction. I just worked on one recently for my aunt. I am sure the cost to repait one of these would exceed it's value. If you are in Chicago and want me to look at it- firstname.lastname@example.org
I installed car audio equipment for over 38 year befor i (Retired) End all so am a (Certified) Electronic (Technician) It will cost you more to have it (Repaired) Then to just go out end buy a decent new one.
GG My kids had a PlayStation 2 that did this and so did my AIWA 3 CD player. The solution for the PlayStation was to remove the cover use alcohol and clean the lens of the laser reader. They get dust on them and simply cannot read. The AIWA required replacement of the laser which cost almost as much as the unit and didn't last 6 months.