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Flashes protect Flashes "protect" flashes protect

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  • geesparx Jan 23, 2009

    flashes protect when switched on

  • itsbeach May 03, 2009

    This is very frustrating! The unit is less than 6 months old. When you turn it on, it starts up, but then says "Protect" and shuts off. There's nothing you can do. There is a disc stuck in the tray as well. It won't eject.

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My system flashes protect then switches off.

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