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I have had a Memorex 9299M AM/FM Stereo, Double cassette, turntable, stereo aux in jack, and 3cd changer for about 4 years now. For some reason, about 3 years ago, it stopped recognizing that there were cds in the player... which was very annoying but everything else still worked. When I moved about a year ago, the entire machine stopped working. It almost looks like the Power/Stand by button is stuck in the stand by mode. I tried unplugging the system hoping that would unstick it, but that didn't work either. I've looked for my user's manual but can't find it.

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Hello. Sorry for your troubles. truth is this bad boy is not worth fixing. The new ones are inexpensive, better, lighter, smaller, under warranty. better sound. digital. need i say more. Joe

Posted on Jun 12, 2010

  • faranya2 Jun 12, 2010

    Well I would ditch this one if I could afford to get another one, but I can't so I've got to figure out if there's something that can actually be done (beside drop kicking it off the balcony). What do you think is the problem?

  • mamalove2 Jul 02, 2011

    I have the same problem. My system just stopped working, also. Would not even come on.

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