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I would like to advise that it would be better for you to update to a universal type adapter that can be easily fitted to your Player. This adapter would be able to play from memory sticks, usb memory or even your Ipod and that means all your MP3 can be easily stored and carried over. The DVD changer is compatible. However I hope you will decide with my advice and check for the models available in your city. So go with the times. Good day
Just solved mine, turn the unit over and give it a shake and knock the underside a few times. I know you shouldn't be treating a delicate piece of hi-fi like this, but the tray comes out of the guide so you're just shakin it back in.
sounds like the gears are worn!! next time you get it open look underneath and you will see some round gears. put some vaseline on them, not too much and open and close the drawer a number of times to work the grease in. all equipment needs lubrication of some sort !!