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Hi there,

 

Just curious if anyone else is seeing the issue of the CD-Rom drives and the SATA power cord connecting the drives shorting out and smoking pretty badly.

 

Please respond if you know of the issue. Thanks8000 CMT CD-Rom drive burnt.jpg

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Malygris,

 

I appreciate that you are reached out to the original post, however I experienced the same thing currently on 3 machines.  The latest one had the fire department and EMS involved.  Is this a known issue?  Any info you have would be greatly appreciated as we have a bunch of these machines on our campus and need to make sure this isn't a bigger issue.

 

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