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CD's are skipping

My cd player has recently started skipping on random songs. This happens on all different cd's that I play. It's as if it gets "stuck." The unit is only two years old. Does anyone have any suggestions?

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  • Ellie Roztocil May 31, 2007

    Thank you for the suggestion. I had tried that and it seemed to work for only a short while. Just yesterday the cd player stopped reading cd's altogether! Hence an addition to my original problem!!!

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Try cleaning the laser diode with an alcohol-soaked swab. be careful not to use too much alcohol or to press too hard against the diode lens.

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