Question about Lite On Lite-On 52x32x52 CD-R/CD-RW IDE Optical CD-ROM Burner Drive: LTR-52327S /SOHR-5238S (Black, OEM) (ODCWLT535IDK) Burner
My cd-rw recently starts to pen and stays open whenever I turn the computer on. If I push this back it keeps open again. If I hold it there I will here the click every few seconds like it is going to open. Any idea what to fix this or is just a garbage?
MAKE SURE TO REMOVE ALL POWER CONNECTORS.......you will have to take apart the drive and there will be two cogs one is in the shape of a half moon .Carefully move that cog toward where the face plate of the drive was.It needs to be in the next to last notch. If that doesn't help.then you will probably have to buy a new drive. It helped mine.It is the anti-jam mechanism that causes the drive to pop back open.If it fixed it don't ever close your drive by pushing it,because it may kick it out of line again. You may want to take a clean Q-tip and clean your laser head by gently spinning it on the head, take some caution not to leave any cotton fibers on or near the "eye"(laser head). try to remove dust from the drive.
HOPE this helps.
Posted on Dec 26, 2008
The problem can be fixed but probably not at your end. Get it done bya trained technician.
Posted on Oct 08, 2007
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