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Has stopped Dubbing onto discs

The Dubbing facility has worked faultlessly for years but now begins the dub but does not complete it

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Try spraying it with pressurized air. Perhaps it needs to be cleaned internally.

Posted on Nov 27, 2013

Testimonial: "I tried this but the fault has remained. Time for a new replacement I think. Thanks for taking the time to help me, it's very much appreciated."

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