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TEAC CD-P1260 Brand-new, out of the box. Placed multiple factory and home finalized CDs (label side up). Get "Reading" for an inordinate amount of time -- then "No Disc." What's up with that?

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Identical problem with my 4-month old player. I mailed the unit to the repair shop noted on their web page (Montebello, CA). They "re-soldered a loose connection" and made a "mechanical adjustment". I got the player back in two days. It now works fine (again). Under warrenty; no charge.

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