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Blu Ray Lens Cleaner at John Lewis £3.75

£3.75 @ John Lewis
Saw this when looking for a cheap way to hopefully fix my blu ray player, worth a punt for £3.75 using click and collect, not sure if it would be worth the original price of £15.
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2y, 3m agoFound 2 years, 3 months ago
Saw this when looking for a cheap way to hopefully fix my blu ray player, worth a punt for £3.75 using click and collect, not sure if it would be worth the original price of £15.
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#1
Personally think these are a waste of time/money. YMMV. If you take the lid of you can see if the lens is dirty (probably isn't) on most models, give it a blow or a clean with a lint free cloth.
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you can do more demage with this then good
#3
lukx
you can do more demage with this then good
Would you mind elaborating? I have a lense cleaner and would like to know how it can damage my machine. My machine was playing up and my lense cleaner (Maxell brand) seemed to fix the problem. Discs no longer skip/jump. Are you saying these can damage the lens at the same time? Would like to know as soon as possible, rather than risk using it again if it can cause damage. Thanks :)
#4
if brush is dirty or oily you are done
#5
lukx
if brush is dirty or oily you are done
Why would it be dirty or oily? Unless you've been leaving it on the floor, out of its case? So really, it can damage your machine if you're someone who's careless enough to leave the disc out of its case on a dirty floor or near an oily substance, but otherwise quite safe. I doubt they would come dirty or oily from the manufacturer.

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