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CDs get scratched when instered/ejected in the players

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I have noticed that the players damage the cds when these are inserted and/or ejected. The scratches are in the radial direction of the cds, so it cannot be the laser or anything related to the rotation of the CDs.
THe weird thing is that both players do this!!! Has anybody ever had this problem, how did you solve it?
I use Traxdata cds, burned at 6x.
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Sounds like something inside the deck is out of place, and is scratching the cd. Please bring your decks to an authorized service center to be checked out.

Posted on Mar 10, 2009

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