Question about Pioneer DV-260 DVD Player
GET A SMALL PIECE OF RUBBER AND PLACE THE DVD UPSIDE DOWN SO DAMAGE IS FACING UP NOW GET A BUFFER FOR A CAR (ELECTRIC!) AND SOME NON ABRAISAVE PAST WAX FOR CARS...RUB A THIN COAT OF WAX ON THE DVD OR CD AND LET DRY NOW BUFF THE DISC WITH A FIRM PRESSURE, BUFF FOR 30 SECONDS THEN CHECK! THIS WORKS FOR ME EVERY TIME REPETE IF NESSARY
Posted on Dec 07, 2008
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