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"No Read" display...99% of the times.

I get the same problem on my DMR-EZ17 but sometimes, if I keep reinserting the disk (mostly RAM) it will read and work properly. However, if I remove the disk the problem will start again. Sometimes it tells me to reformat the disk but then won't format. A week later it will accept the disk and record or play the contents. I tried a cleaning disk and got the same error..."no read". I also have a DMR-EZ55 it too occasionally does the same things. What's going on?
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OK. Since the laser cleaning disk could not be read I used a can of air (used for air brushing) and blew air into the disk opening. I thought I might clean any dust that may have collected around any parts that needed to be cleaned. This seemed to have worked. It is also possible that dust accumulated in an area that would not allow the disk to line up properly. This could explain why it worked sometimes. If this continues as a problem I will use the EZ17 only as a tuner for my EZ55.

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