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Nakamichi MB-VI "E-Mecha" error

I've been using the cd player for almost two years, and suddenly one day when I attempted to play a CD the display read "e-mecha." I have the deck pulled apart on my work bench, but I can't determine which part of the deck is causing the problem (i.e. mechanial, eletrical). Any help would be immensly appreciated.

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  • babydog Jan 26, 2008

    I have the same problem the CD player will not play nor will it eject my CD's. reads E-MECHA...jk

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Same here. *sighs*

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How long when you found this problem

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    How long when you found this problem?

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