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Error 9a6f and wont eject cd's

got me a cd6 mp3 player and i get the error 9a6f and i click eject cd and it asks what cd and i click all the buttons and none of them do anything
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never mind i figured it out...there was a cd in the player and i took it apart and slid the lazer all the way back and then it started to work properly..and the sound quality is pretty good! iam actually impressed!

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**** I'll have to try this tomorrow. For some reason I can't get the harness unattached from the unit.
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