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Disc will not eject

Power light in the middle keeps flashing. Won't eject disc will not do nothing help me.

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  • d_campbell_6 Oct 06, 2008

    disc wont eject just keeps restarting the game, please help

  • raydragon44 Oct 06, 2008

    my xbox couldnt read all of my discs and now it wont open help plz

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The disc drive needs the drive belt inside replaced.
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