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Old 5th July 2004, 01:07 PM   #1
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Default CD audio channel problem

I'm Giuseppe Monno, writing from Madrid, in Spain. I have a Copland 288 CD, working very well up to yesterday. I suppose due to the great heat we are having here in Spain (we arrive to 45 Celsius), yesterday while listening music fron a CD from the left channel begun to rise a noise, like a spike, or like the noise between two radio stations, where there is no signal, but more like a spike.
I've done tests, cables are OK, pre and ampli are OK, so I am afraid that is the CD reader.
Does someone have any idea of wht may be accurring?

Many thanks

giuseppe (madrid)
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