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How do you fix a CD player?

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2011-09-13 01:50:52
2011-09-13 01:50:52

you cant fix it , u have to bring it somewhere that can fix it, or buy a new one

AnswerIts NEVER advisable to open your CD player because of the laser disc reader which can cause you severe injury so the advice already given is correct...either get a qualified engineer to look at it or simply buy a new one. AnswerI think it would be cheaper to buy a new one unless you want to put some serious elbow grease in it
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