You can: A) Try washing the cd, using a little bit of rubbing alcohol and a cotton swab/ball. B) You can purchase a CD repair kit from the store. These usually do a pretty good job with minor scratches. C) Find a music store that has a CD buffer. They usually charge something like 30 cents a CD and can buff out most scratches, and the CD plays like new.
Jeffries Skipping the Rope - 1901 was released on: USA: December 1901
they just released a CD
Just put it in like a sega CD game.
Baby's in black is on the Hi-Fi's cd :)
GPX Portable CD Player with 60-Second Anti-Skip Protection has very little problems with skipping.
the CD is scratched or the boombox is too old
Don't move the drive around when it is reading a disc.
The Sony DNF340 Portable CD Player has Skip-Free G Protection.
cd players skipping is caused by scratches on the disk. so i would think it worsened by cleaning it with your shirt. you could go to a store and pick up glass spray with a special towel, like you get for eyewear.
The CD Disc Doctor is a system with brushes and a cleaning fluid that cleans dirty and scratched CD's to make them (possibly) playable without skipping.
Cd sleeves are very important to preserve CDs in the best possible condition. They keep them from getting scratched and from skipping or not working altogether.
The Aiwa Water-Resistant Portable CD Player - XP SP30 is great for jogging.
Easiest is to replace it. By the time you remove it, take it in, someone takes it apart and fixes it you could buy a new CD player and it comes with a warranty.
I belive Sony has this feature.
Gently wipe it with a warm, wet cloth. Or blow on it.
If the skipping is caused by a scratch on the CD, try cleaning the CD. If the CD is scratched you can sometimes polish out the scratch. If the CD player skips on NEW CD's, unfortunately it will probably cost more to repair the player than it would cost for a new one.