Question about Car Audio & Video
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Pretty common problem, most likely the laser optics are wearing out, or the laser lens could be dirty, have dust on it, clean the lens with a q-tip and 70% rubbing alcohol. Use only a small amount on the tip of the Qtip. Or you can use Laser Cleaning Disc CD.
If the problem still remains, there might be a faulty capacitor on the board of the drive / unit that is preventing it from reading the disc properly. or the laser is too weak to read the disc anymore and the laser reader would need to be replaced entirely.
Posted on Oct 14, 2010
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