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A few years back I bought a model 6906 phono/cd recorder.It worked fine for about a year then started to malfunction.I only used it to make CD's.

This happens when "finalizing" the CD to create the Table of Contents. Have these units been improved upon.I realize this unit is out of warranty but I still want have a unit with these capabilities.but certainly don't want to spend the money to buy another one if they aren't going to work correctly.

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You need to clean cd laser lense and need lubrication track search tray.better to give service tech.

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Have you performed lens cleaning process?

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i/ve found that sony has the best single trays (and freq range)..i would stay away from multi cd players and any jvc (jvc freq range is horrible)...your speakers must match these componets....(bose, yamaha or customize )

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when you buy cdr's to use with the recorder be sure to go and buy "cdr audio". You may have problems with certain brands. It really is hit or miss but Sony discs should be fine with this player but try to get a small number of cheaper disks and try to see what works well.

There is a small chance that one brand may sound better(or some people say) but I have never had one problem like this from one to another.

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Check for dust on the optical pick-up in the CD player. If you can, blow CLEAN air across it to remove dust.

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