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Won't change discs

Had a power surge that caused the CD player to not go to any discs. I was playing single disc at the time & message say remove disc one, but that doesn't solve the problem....suggestions?

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Kathy

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What is the cd player in, is it a computer?

Posted on Nov 28, 2007

  • Anonymous Dec 02, 2007

    If you have had a power surge in the computer you could have serious motherboard problems. The problems that follow from a power surge are usually intemittent problems. Small things at first then major stuff starts to happen. Other componentes such as modems and graphic cards start to go funny as well. Buy a surge protector or a small UPS. This won't solve your problem now but for future reference. Take the computer to a repair store and ask them to sheck out the PC.



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