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C.D.M.’s CD refinishing process involves first removing a small amount of material from the play surface of the CD - the side opposite the label - and then refinishing the play surface to achieve the necessary optical clarity required for digital data transmission.

 

 

 

To pre-screen your discs for a successful repair,

1. Look at the label side of the CD (the side with the graphics and/or writing). If there are visible scratches, gouges, or damage to this side, the disc is not repairable. If there is no visible damage, go to next step.

2. Inspect the play side (shiny side) of the disc for any cracks. Cracks are different than scratches because they generally look much bigger than even deep scratches and usually start from the edge of the center hole of the disc, but they can also start from the outside edge. If the disc has a crack, it cannot be repaired; if it has no cracks, go on to next step.

3. Hold the CD up to a bright light, play side (shiny side) toward you, so that the light is behind the disc. Carefully look for any light that shines through such as pinholes, or scratches. If you can see any light, the disc may not be repairable.

Repair Prices

1 - 10 discs....................................... $3.00 each

11-20 discs....................................... $2.00 each

Playstation, Xbox games.....................$8.00 each

DVDs............................................... $8.00 each

Return shipping is free as long as the discs are sent without plastic jewel cases. You can also combine an order for used cds with discs to be repaired.

 
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