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CDR870 cd recorder. Won't accept any rewritable (audio) discs. Message 'OPCfail' appears with all brands. (' OPC has failed; disc is corrupted or player is defective') I have tried. (All new discs TDK, Verbatim & JVC). Works ok with CD-R (audio). Tony Charlton tonycharlton7@talktalk.net

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Hi one thing you can try is to clean the laser with a lense cleaning kit did the dvd player accept these before or not let me know ok

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When I try to play a CD I get an "err" message. Using store-bought CD's, not ones that have been copied. I have the Emerson PD6559BL portable CD player Love this CD player so I hope you...


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and CD Rewriteable (CD-RW) discs. However the playability of CD-RIRW discs
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