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Monday, January 23, 2012
Maxell Replaces Faulty BD-Rs


Maxell is offering free replacement for a series of faulty BD-R discs shipped in Japan.

According to the company, the affected BD-Rs cannot be play-backed after been recorded. They discs were sold in Japan as part of the company's "BR25VPLWPB.5S", "BR25VPLWPB.10S" and "BR25VWPB.20S" models and are featuring the following part numbers, found on the inner part of the BD-R discs: BD014X0904, BD014X0905 BD014X0906, BD014X0907, BD014X0908, BD014X0909, BD014X0910.



For more information visit Maxell's web page (Japanese)


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