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I just purchased a used JVC MX-C33 stereo and the FM radio is ot working. Do I need to have apecial antenna or other gadget to get the radio to work? DO not have the manual. Thanks

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I have a used JVC MX-C33 and put the cartridge in with only one cd and only one tray in the cartridge. Now it wont eject nor will the single slot open. Any suggestions on how to open it? Thanks, Monte

Posted on Sep 07, 2010

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