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Old 16 November 2016, 23:12   #14
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I pulled back each disk shutter to check for mould on the visible disk surface (didn't rotate the disk inside the shell), didn't see any. I wonder if humidity/condensation inside could explain the problem.

Perhaps some drives are more susceptible to speed-variation when accessing such disks; e.g. if the motor torque is lower than other models, or the motor flywheel is less heavy?

I swapped the drive for another one of the same model, no change.
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