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Old 10th January 2006, 01:49 PM   #21
peace brainerd is offline peace brainerd
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Join Date: Nov 2004
Nordic, there already are a few places on the web that advertise
their mail-in repair services.

However, If anyone is interested, I'd encourage you to ship entire
CD collections to us at..

Vacant Lot, Blvd E
Newark, New Jersey

We will inspect for damage and get back to you with an estimate.
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Old 10th May 2019, 08:39 PM   #22
howardg is offline howardg  United States
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Default Another Pledge-like fix

I wanted to rip a CD with a skip. Window MP gave me track line-item error messages on the skipping tracks. I thought I might mess up the disc, but it was already skipping so I went for a fix that I had wondered about for a while: I put a small amount of plastic protectant (in this case STP "Son of a Gun", like "Armorall") on it, and carefully wiped it off. It worked well enough to rip the cd. I have not tried playing it on my cd player.
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