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Cd player on my boonbox(onb17aa001) does not play. I have only used it about ten times.

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SOURCE: acura 2004 rsx cd player reads 00 for ten seconds then ejects

I have the same problem also but, I fixed it. What I did was take the cd player a part and used some alcohol and wipe the lens with it and also I have notice is there is a small piece of foam that kind of stablize the cd player melted, take the foam out its not that hard and you will see a small slot that you can insert the foam to replace it. It should be located at the top of the cd player. I worked for me. I hope it will work for you also. Good luck.

If you don't know how to take the cd player from the in dash here is a link to show you how
http://www.speakeasy.org/~muevelonyc/hu-guide.pdf

Posted on Oct 28, 2009

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SOURCE: I lost the manual for ONN CD player. Model ONB17AA001. I do not know what the buttons on top are for.

Possibly a similar model - free online :

https://fccid.io/G3OONA17AA015/User-Manual/UserMan-3313968

ONA17AA015 CD MINI STEREO SYSTEM User Manual UserMan ACE INTERNATIONAL...

Posted on Jul 08, 2018

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