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Sony cd walkman D-EJ100 troubleshooting

My sony cd walkman D-EJ100 will not play cds because it says the hold button is on, even if it is switched off. How can I fix this?

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There is a switch on the bottom of the unit that puts it in "HOLD" mode. My guess its for use when it is shipped so there will be less chance of damage. Try switching the two position switch to the other position.

Posted on Nov 14, 2009

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