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All Thumbs Guide to Compact Disc Players (All Thumbs Series)

by Gene B. Williams

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Most compact disk players malfunctions are so easy to fix that even a complete novice can do it. With this "All Thumbs Guide", CD owners can save money by performing their own repairs at home. It shows how simple it is to correct many of the most common CD problems, through how-to illustrations and to-the-point instructions. Gene Williams shows readers how to maintain and repair all CD components, so they can quickly remedy typical annoyances like "skipping", bad connections, and blown fuses - often with little more than a Phillips head screwdriver and a pair of pliers. Preventive cleaning and lubrication are covered in detail, and the section on safety explain how to do maintenance and repairs without damaging CD players and disks.

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