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Stuck on self check failed

Keeps shutting off clicking okay after self check failure notice. notice wont go away. says to refer to product service but doesnt say anything about the self check failure

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  • redrocket768 Feb 23, 2009

    First it asked for a different Blank DVD Disc that I was going to copy, and it would do a self test. Right after placing in a different disc, it went right to Self Check Failed. Then it says to" press Enter, then the unit will open the tray and power off automatically. If this message appears frequently, please refer to the Product Service section in the operating Instructions".

    The other problem, is that I don't have an Owner's Manual.

    You may contact me through E-Mail: k.l.curtis@hotmail.com

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I tried changing drives and then i put in a different dvd.

that worked.

Posted on Feb 12, 2009

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