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The motor wont spin the disk

When you turn it on, it goes to the playstation screen where it has the spining spheres but it wont load any of the games, it just says that there is no disk in the system

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  • hondaryder25 Mar 11, 2009

    when i put in any cds, movies or games it says its loading the disks for a second then just stops loading completely

  • Anonymous Mar 12, 2009

    disk will not spinand when i turn on the consol it goes to the page were it says config and brose

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Well sounds like whats wrong with my xbox and the open tray problem..wont read any media. if its still under warranty return it for a fix

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  • Diabolus Mar 11, 2009

    my bad thought it was a ps3..

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