Repairing PlayStation 3 Resetting the Drive Mechanism after removing a disk
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If Your Playstation will not eject a disk and you want to remove it and reset the mechanism this is how
- Author: David Harris
- Difficulty: Moderate
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Remove two screws in blue and lift the motor up and to right to disengage the cogs but be careful not to stress the attached wires.
Move the disc handling element on the left side up so that its teeth are clear of the black cog.
Reset insertion trap lock mechanism and make sure the white tab on right is lowered (nudge it left to make it drop).
Replace the motor and reverse this guide to reassemble.
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