My CD player works just fine and then stops playing with the letters "ER" on the display. This happens 2 or 3 times a day with any CD. When I get the error I remove the CD, put the CD back in and hit play and the player will work for another couple hours without any problems.
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1. make sure you have the cord/batteries inserted the right way.
2. make sure that you have the power to the cd. which is slide the button to the cd, or put the button where the cd is..
3. open the cd
4. place the cd in with the label up
5. close the cd
6. on the front you should see the tracks that it has
7. if it does, just hit play and you should be able to hear the disk moving
let me know if this helps.
if this is just a player and not a radio/cassette/player.
make sure you have the button on cd and place a cd label up in it and see if you see the number of tracks if you do then hit play and you should hear the cd moving. If not put in a cd hit play and then open the cover to see if it turns at all if not then see if you can move the eye to the middle. this should solve it.
power problem with transformer or faulty function selector switch or lock up , but try to see to make sure the selector switch is not on cd , if that don't work then unplug for a little while then try, if that don't work it will have to be tested to determine the problem
Unfortanatly, this is why Emerson only warranties these for 90 days, but I have heard and recommend that you contact Emerson and tell them you did not think that their product would break down after a mear 90 days and a lot of times, they will send you a new one, if you bug them enough. There should be a contact number in the owners manual. If you do not have the owners manual, go to: http://www.emersonelectronics.ca/emerson/en/home/ There is a contact link there. By the way, the problem you are having is a bad spindle motor or the laser optics are bad. Have you tried to clean the small laser lens off yet with a cotton swap and some good 90% or better alcohol? Good Luck