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Gears are a little difficult if you dont know where they go. I would purchase another drive working or not and just look at how those gears are placed. If you have about a 1/2 in long white piece it has no big purpose just holds the ribbon for the top lid down.
Yes it can. Release the clutch levers on each motor.The levers are located on each side of the chair sticking up through the plastic body, just rear of the drive wheels. The levers are quarter inch round rods with a black rubber boot covering the ends of the rods. The rods are either pushed forward to drive or pulled back to unlock the drive wheels.
what does this "plastic piece" look like??
I think its the magnetic disc holder
(round- white- plastic- fits on a cd...)
, it sits on top of the disc drive in the round hole - it holds the disc to the motor when the disc plays...
You have to put it back in its holder above the disc, it goes on top of the "crossmember" if you put a disc in the drive and set the laser to lift up and grab the disc you will know if you have it right because the "plastic piece" will grab the disc and hold it tight against the motor.
hopefully this solves your problem...
comment back if you need more info or if the p[iece isnt what I described and is something totally different.
There are 2 little white "bars" that pop up when the disc is inserted most the time this happens when a drive is taken apart with a disc still in it and its not in the ejected state.
if you didnt take it apart then there is prolly a cd in there still and there is a problem ejecting, if you did take it apart here is how to reset everything to the right working state. sorry if its hard to follow.
to get it back to normal you need to reset it, if its under warrenty send it in cause the only way to fix this is by taking apart the ps3 and and the blu ray drive.
ussually this happens when a drive is taken apart with cd in and you remove the loading gears cover(the black piece with the levers and the wheels) off.
when you put this cover back on you need to make sure that the wheels are open all the way --- right wheels up and to the right, ..left wheels up and to the left. When its open like that you can see the gaps where those little white bars fit into just put it back on with it open and the bars in the gaps.
usually your looking at more steps though because the rest of the hinges on the lid wont line up. you can try to put the cover back on and eject and try loading an old or blank cd, blank because if something is off it may scratch it.
see if everything works.
if not you need to re-align everything to be in the ejected state. to do that you have to manually move the long black piece on the left side of the drive(with the cd inserting side facing you) and firmly but carefully push it twards the back of the drive and the laser should lower. it may make a poping noise if you go to far but should be fine its just the piece going to far out and poping off the gear. to test it push the cd guide wheels open and it should raise the laser and you can now lower it using the eject button. if it doesnt and you just hear a spinning gear gently nudge that long black piece on the left that you pulled back earlier towards the center of the drive and it should catch itself. after every thing raises and lowers fine make sure its in the ejected state and put the cover back on. should work now.
on the bottom of the ice dispenser front cover is 2 slots insert a small screw driver into these slots and carefully pry the cover off (be careful not to scratch your door) one the cover is off there will most likely be a wiring harness that you can unplug and put cover out of your way. next you will need to move the white bracket out of your way there is either 2 thumb latches or 2 screws that seure it. it will not come all the way out so you may need someone to hold it out of the way for you. in the center of both of your levers you will see 1 screw with a cardboard spacer and brass spring BE CAREFUL NOT TO LOOSE THESE! remover screw spacer and spring afte that you should be able to work the levers right on out. the ice lever is a little tricky trying to get it around the ice door but it will come out. btw just use white vinegar to clean hard water stains in the future. thx peyton... also dont forget to unplug the refrig.
when reassembling bluray player you must take care to activate the side
tracks (blackbars) back and forth , there should be very little play in
the mechanism! there is also an aluminum wing towards the back
underside of the blu ray drive. the wings have nipples at the tips that
slide in the blackbars. finally put the top lid on, but dont screw it
on tight yet. insert a dvd and then tighten the 5 black screws after
smooth enrollment. hope this helps. if you like we can do it for you
I found a fix in another thread. I tried it last night, and it worked. Nothing was broken; a moving plastic piece had just jumped out of its track. Here's the fix:
1. Remove the cover (2 screws on each side & 3 in the back).
2. Find a small white arm (more or less cylindrical, about 1" diameter, & about 3/4" long) and a longer (4-5"?) thin black arm in the center of the unit. These parts load/unload CDs to/from the playing area. You should see that a little knob on the white piece has jumped out of its track in the black piece.
3. Carefully put the knob on the white piece back in its track in the black piece. That should do it.