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Panasonic cd "No disc"

When putting a cd into the slot of the panasonic, a "No disc" is displayed and the cd get ejected straight away. I also have a JVC with the same problem except it ejects straight away with no, "no disc" display

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  • Wouter Basson May 25, 2007

    I opened the JVC and cleaned the lense with copressed air and lint free cloth.

    I will have to buy a disk cleaner.
    Thanks

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The player cannot read the data on the CD. The laser maybe dirty or defective. Before sending for repair try to use a disk cleaner.

Posted on May 24, 2007

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