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INCORRECT DISC - C104

For the first few months after I bought the TOSHIBA HI-FI VCR & DVD VIDEO RECORDER D-VR6KC, I had no problem recording and playing back DVD-R disks. Gradually, over time, I'm getting more and more error messages saying INCORRECT DISC - C104. This is happening no matter which brand of disk I use (Same brands I used before, when I had no problem.)
I feel that it's the machine, and not the disks. What might be the problem?

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You are right, Its machine giving problem.
As you said, its few months old so I think it is still under warranty, do not open it and call Toshiba for remedy.

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Try to clean the optical lens. you will need a cd lens cleaner for this job.

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You probably have a dirty lens, try a dvd lens cleaner.

Look for one locally heres one example
http://www.amazon.com/Maxell-DVD-LC-DVD-Lens-Cleaner/dp/B00000JPPI

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Have used a cleaning disc yet?

Posted on Dec 28, 2008

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    Warranties are good for failed equipment but not due to neglect or misuse, etc.

    You are responsible to keep it clean.

    Get a cleaning disc


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