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Micro system will not recognise cds

When a cd is placed into the micro system iit tries to read it but comes up with 'no disc'. the only solution in the instruction manual is that the disc is damaged or upside down neither is the case.

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When that happens, often that means you have a lens problem.

Use a dvd lens cleaner kit , like the ones that you see clicking here.

If that does not work, you will need to take apart the unit, access the lens pickup, and clean the lens directly, using isopropyl alcohol and a cotton sticks.

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