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CD player On my SC-AK70, everytime i try to play a CD, the display reads "No Disc". I've used countless CDs and in many different slots in the CD changer with the same result

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Could be the classic dirty lense syndrom... If you know how to get to it, expose the laser lense, and gently brush any accumulated dust/dirt from it. There might be multiple slots, but only 1 lense. If you have a cd cleaner available you might want to try that out first, it doesn't always do the same job, but it can save you the risk of something else happening when you open it up. Good luck

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