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You can try computer software like Nero or Roxio and finalize the disc as it is. This is exactly why I had advised Churches that went from reliable cassette tapes to CDR to put UPS units on the CD recorders as they do not react too well to power outages. If you were using an Open Reel there would be very little loss of the recorded signal.
DR-6000 only accepts CD-R audio or CD-R music discs, not the standard CD-R discs. the difference is that the audio and music discs have the OPC formatted differently and they cost a bit more because they include the royalties fee. Standard CD-R discs won't work in this recorder. The correct discs have compact disc "digital audio" logo on them.
have a look on ebay for a cheap working donor recorder as spares are very expensive and very hard to get hold of. i'm guessing your recorder either doesn't read discs, or it won't eject? which is very common and means either the servo board is faulty or the laser.
The following recorders i know off hand for a donor mechanism are:
MARANTZ DR-6050 PHILIPS CDR-775 PHILIPS CDR-770
if it proves to be just a faulty laser, all 3 of the above have the same laser unit. if it proves to be a faulty servo board, all 3 have the same servo boards except if you fit one out of a philips model it will show 'PHILIPS CD RECORDER' on the display at power up but will still work nontheless. obviously if a marantz is found it will show 'MARANTZ CD RECORDER' as normal.