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FORD MONDEO FITTED WITH SONY CD132 6 CD , INSERT DISC WILL NOT PLAY ,ALL YOU GET IS CHECK CD ,TRYED LOADS OF DIFF CDS

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Clean its Lens with soft n nice quality cotton swab.

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