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DMR E55 won't read RAM Discs

I have replaced faulty Voltage Regulator, unit was turning off after about two minutes. Unit will now play CD's and DVD's but it will not read RAM Discs. Display reads "No Read" and then displays "1".

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Clean the laser lens do no use a lens cleaner disc you need to dismantle the drive unit and clean lens with cotton bud and a isoproplyn solution also clean the disc turnble and clamp if possible get it done by somebody who knows what they are doing

Posted on Apr 20, 2007

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While you was replacing the voltage regulator you damage part of the microchip computer replace it.there after your worries will be over

Posted on Mar 26, 2007

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Thank you for the information. Sorry that you are having such problems.

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