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Pioneer DEH-P4600 CD Player

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My CD player is facing some problem when I turn the volume scale up than 30. I hear some noise like distortion and if put it higher than 36 the CD just self turn off. This looks like a out amplifier issue. Could you help me?

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My cd player beeped three times and then shut off. it will not do anything at all now

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