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On my PS3, the ejection mechanism skipped a gear because my 2 year old pushed too hard to put a disc in.
-The result looked like it accepted the disk but would never play it. Then it would sit there until you ejected it.
+The result looked like it accepted the disc but would never play it. Then it would sit there until you ejected it.
-I was 3 months out of warranty and didnt like the $150 repair option with a 90 day warranty for the repair, so I took it apart, inserted a disc, watched it not take it in all the way, then moved the ejection mechanism back one tooth on both sides.
+I was 3 months out of warranty and didn't like the $150 repair option with a 90 day warranty for the repair, so I took it apart, inserted a disc, watched it not take it in all the way, then moved the ejection mechanism back one tooth on both sides.
Problem solved.

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Original post by: Paul Peterson ,

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On my PS3, the ejection mechanism skipped a gear because my 2 year old pushed too hard to put a disc in.

The result looked like it accepted the disk but would never play it. Then it would sit there until you ejected it.

I was 3 months out of warranty and didnt like the $150 repair option with a 90 day warranty for the repair, so I took it apart, inserted a disc, watched it not take it in all the way, then moved the ejection mechanism back one tooth on both sides.

Problem solved.

Status:

open