Question about Audio Players & Recorders
The laser is unable to read the information on the disc, could be due to fingerprints or smudges on the disc.
1 Clean the disc with isophropyl alcohol which is available from
chemists or supermarkets. Get a spray one if available, if not apply liberally to a cleaning cloth and clean the disc from center outwards in a straight line. (not in circles). NB Always check the ingredients you want 100% if you can but if not the higher the better.
2 You can purchase a cleaning disc kit from most music stores because the laser focusing eye may need cleaning as well. Good to do this every few months anyway.
3 The laser may be faulty and replacement may be required or purchase a new player.
Posted on Dec 13, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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