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jay kanchana Posted on Aug 07, 2007

Mcd-810 cd/mp3 dj player

One of the trays.....after a lil while when i rewind....it will skip. from then on that tray is not reliable. when i eject from that point , the tray is spat out. and from then on any yrack sounds very "skipy" and stuttered.i need to take it to a repairer, who specialises. dont know who. Im in NSW australia. any ideas? I reckon laser and tray motor.

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Ok.... now im in melb. any more help?

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American Audio Mcd-810 dual cd/mp3 player

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