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CD Player Acting Up

Whenever I put a CD in, the first track starts playing fine. After a few seconds, it skips by itself to the next track, then a few more seconds pass, and it skips to the thrid track, etc. I've tried with new batteries and different CD's. What else can I do?

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  • Kris Ruiz Jan 05, 2007

    I don't believe my CD player has that function. Good call though, thanks. I noticed that it has something to do with the headphone jack, don't ask me why. Whenever I take them out and put them back in it switches the song, from FM to AM, random stuff. I hear Ipods can be found cheap...

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Some cd players have a feature that is called intro. it plays typically the first 4 to 10 seconds of a song & goes to the next track. it does this to every song on the cd. see if intro is on your display or if it's turned on in the menu. i hope it works. good luck.

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