So, I goes to play a CD the other day. Pop it in my old Rotel cd player and, nothin. "No Disc" pops up on the display. So, I try another, and another. Same thing. Handful of disks all the same result. "Rats" I say. 'cept I didn't say Rats. I figure my old piece has gave up the ghost. For years it's been going to track 10 when playing a disk, a common problem with these machines. Other than that, it's been a great unit. But I'm figuring it's time to hunt down a replacement. Before doing anything drastic I decide to comb the interwebs for possible diagnosis and treatment. Possibly my Lazy Beam module is hooped, and / or the ribbon wire connector needs replacement. Well, first I might just take a peek inside. I move it to the table, remove the cover and then plug it in to get the tray open. When I power it up, the disk spins for a bit then shuts down. Check that box, at least the disk goes round. Maybe I thinks push play, see if or for how long the disk spins. Sure enough, it goes round , and round , and round. I look at the front display, and it's playing track 10. "What the Heck" I says! Cept I didn't say Heck. While I got the unit open, I clean the Lazy Beam lens. I slide the cover back on, hook it up and Shazam. It Works! Don't know what I did, maybe some bug crawled in and died on my lens? Did it fall off while I was moving the unit? Maybe I'm a genius, with a magical touch? Or, more likely electronics can be weird & finicky when they get old. Not sure how much longer the old unit will provide service but at least 3 weeks before Xmas I don't have to shop for a replacement. But now I can justify casually shopping for a spare, just in case.