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Lenoxx turntable cd recorder model cd117b. when i am recording from vinyl or cassette to cd when i press the stop finalise buttons the system goes to busy and remains there indefinately. in an effort to clear i turn off the power. this means that i can clear the busy but the cd, which appears to record ok, is deleted of everything which has been recorded on it. i don't believe i am doing anything wrong as this is how i have done it in the past and has been recorded and finalised successfully. Any suggestions please?

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