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Want to replace cd drive. is it available

Want read disc. will play some times. all type disc tried. Prerecorded to burn cdrw.

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SOURCE: drive 1 "DISC ERROR ! " appears with any type cd

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Welcome to Fixya. To fix the problem is provided the link of the manual of Tascam CD-RW402 Burner just click on the link below. According to the manual, Disc Error means that the disc is bad. If it is a CD-RW disc, you may refresh it. (Refreshing a Disk), otherwise replace the disc. Refreshing a Disc procedure can be found on page 41 of the manual.

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