Question about Aiwa XC-RW700 2-Disc CD Recorder
Since the recording is done internally in the device, there is no question of reverse wiring, and it puts your problem a little bit on the funny side... some devices do have a "reverse" option that does exactly what you're describing, if this problem was not always present it makes it more likely that you mistakenly chose that option. if you had this problem from the get go, and/or can't find any "reverse" option(or anything that might be its equivalent), I suggest you take the recorder back to the shop. If you're no longer under warranty I suggest taking it to a certified service person to have the problem evaluated, and get an estimate on repair. good luck with it
Posted on Jan 19, 2006
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