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What do I do with an E2 error?

I have this problem in which my Panasonic player won't play my newely burnt cds or my brand new cds. It plays my older cds and older burnt cds, but not my newely burnt and newly bought cds. Got any ideas?

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Maby way your buring them what brand uusing

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