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This could be indicative of either a dirty or defective lens. Let's try the cleaning first. The easiest would be to use a CD disc cleaner similar to those used in computer's CD ROMs normally and readily available from most computer shops. Should this not be corrective, you may need to try and manually clean the insides by opening the unit. Should you not be comfortable going this route, then perhaps your best bet would be to seek the services of a qualified professional.
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