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The Tv has a hot chassis and anything connected to it will be damaged especially the compact book shelf system.and boomboxes. Unplug stereo and all attached cords for 60 seconds and at the same time press and hold the power button for the same time in hopes to reset the processor ic, if this works consider yourself lucky, if it fails! you will need to decide to buy or repair the stereo, "may not be repairable"
unplugged the unit for 5-10 mins........ when u plug it back to ac outlet....press the stop/eject...the cd player by default is trying to load the disk again...you wish to open the disk tray..once all disk are recover try another disk to play
te same thing happened to me know i juat turn the stereo off to where the red light is blinking then turn it back on after the standby message disappears and then i quickly pree the eject button......tr it! and let me know!
Put the system in standby (ie off but plugged
in) then whilst pressing down the record button and the X-BASS/DEMO
button, press the PRESET DOWN (i.e.left hand one) button until "CLEAR
ALL" appears, then power on your system.
This gave me some functionality back i.e. i can play normal wave CD's but not mp3 ones....
I had the same problem with my CMT-EP707. I read on this site to try various combinations of turning power off then turning the power back on while holding down either or both of the stop play button and the eject button for the affected CD tray. What seemed to work for me was turning on the power while holding down the eject button for CD tray 2, even though the error referred to CD tray 1.