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Look inside at the laser carriage. You should see a grooved track. Check that none of the teeth are damaged. They should be in perfect condition. If they are not the lens unit will jump during playback. It could also be caused by too much grease or dirt, or too little grease. Clean the track if you can see too much grease or dirt. If it looks dry, you can apply Silicone Grease, which you can get on-line or in electrical parts shops, such as Maplin if you are in the UK.
Could be a CD defect, but probably just dust inside. Try canned air, or connect IPOD after you convert CD's to MP3's or other player to AUX port as a connector as a work a around. Splicers available online if you already have a TV connected.
you need to remove the lid/cover expose the laser diode use a cotton bud wipe it clean,is this your only cd player in the house? and unstable mains power coming in can cause odd things to happen with cd's. the other thing is to add some lub to the motor that drives the cd spindle,again if this does not get up to speed it wont play properly.
no i did not fix the problem yet.sad to say but i guess i will have too seek advice else where for the fact of i wasnt willing to pay for this service.sorry for the inconvience.maybe one day i may use this service.thank you
Hi, I have a Panasonic SA-ak25 system. I played one cd then inserted a second. When the second cd had finished it ejected but the first cd is still in the player, When i try to eject it the lights start to flash and it always stops on no (4) can anybody help. Bob.