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Etched ring on outer ring of dvd disc

Salutations Experts.  My IS PDVD10 is making a ring around any dvd disc.  The cushion or padding that I guess supports the disc is having uneven wear on by closely examining it.  There are a total of 6 pads. They look uneven and some are flatten.  Is that my cause?  Can I fix it or replace those padding? if that is the cause. JS

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  • jtsing000 Aug 02, 2008

    Thanks for the help.  I finally found a felt with a sticky back and the close to the same thickness at Target.  So far No etching...Thanks again 


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Hey jtsing000,

Yes you can replace these pads with felt pads. You should be able to purchase some adherable pads for furniture legs at Home Depot, Menards, Lowes, or any hardware store...just get the really small ones. Otherwise you can cut your own out of felt from a hobby, craft, or fabric store.

Before going through all this trouble, check to make sure your discs are seating completely on the spindle. If you are getting a partial ring, this may be because the disc is not clipped in on the spindle completely. If the ring is all the way around the disc, then there is an issue with the height of the spindle.

I hope this helps!

Posted on Jul 29, 2008

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