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Cause of over-heating reader/write lens.
that lense have to much power consuption as not related to size so its heats up very fast & so you have to do take rest for cool down your lens,
otherwise you will loose your lense during more continues job,
or try to cool down more & more & more,,,as you can for lens,
your's will fixed.
Posted on May 15, 2008
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