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    Question CD lost in CD player

    I have an Aiwa 5-disc CD player/changer. Friday I put in a CD and it got "lost" inside the box. When I opened the player the CD was no longer in the changer. Now the player is making some awful sounds like the disc is getting crunched inside the box.

    Questions:
    1. Where did it go?
    2. How can I get it out from wherever it is?

    And it's a loaner from the library to top it all...
    Thanks for the help in advance.

    Rick D.

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    open the thing up. see what's what...

    (first unplug it though...)

    don't keep using it like this, it might (read as 'will') damage the changer.

    Keep them spinning,
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    Buy a new CD too

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    1. It's kindof like socks in the clothes dryer - they just disappear.
    2. see #1

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