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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hello my name is Tim Ehrhart and it sounds like you get the joy of taking a ps3 apart. I have a link to a great site that will walk you step by step how to do this with out messing anything up. This takes a little while but with a little time and patience you will be able to do this yourself. http://www.consolezombie.com/PS3/Sony-PS3-Disassembly-Tutorial.html please leave me feedback as I am new and trying to get a awesome rep.
Posted on Mar 16, 2009
I would not advise using the drive if there are any loose objects
inside. Doing so would void your warranty, cause damage to the wii, and possibly even bodily injury. If the disc should come into
contact with the loose object while spinning at high speed, the disc
could shatter and the shards may actually break through the drive
A loose object, if it catches something traveling at high velocity, can easily damage the casing and the wii remember
The only practical solution is to remove the drive from the wii and obtain a replacement. It would be prohibitive to try to fish out the loose object, since you might damage the internal components in doing so. you will need to call Nintendo ( 1-800-255-3700) and see if they can fix it or guide you through taking the disk drive out
I don't think they will slide out if you turn the MBP on edge. I would take it to the Apple store and be prepared for a nice bill. I hear kids also do this in the disk player in the car to get it fixed It won't be cheap, I 'm afraid,
At the very least the drive will need to be removed, I fear. It may actually have to be replaced. A few hundred dollars, I would guess.
Posted on May 06, 2009
Testimonial: "I sent it off to Nintendo to fix for $76.00. Not as bad as I thought."
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BOWLING =POKER, FOR 68 YEARS.) IF YOU HAVE NOT SOLVED YOU PROBLEM, I ASSUME IT IS ELECTRONIC, NOT MECHANICAL. IF MECHANICAL , LET ME KNOW, I WILL TELL YOU WHAT TO DO.
ON THE ELECTRONIC, OR ELECTRIC (NO COMPUTER)
THERE IS A BAR MOVES ON TO THE CAM ON TOP OF THE CATCH, ABOUT 3 INCHES ABOVE THE BOLT THAT HOLDS THE ARM IN PLACE, WHEN A COIN IS INSERTED INTO THE COIN SHOOT, THAT METAL BAR ENGAGES THE RATCHET , TO SPIN THE WHEELS. DOES THAT HAPPEN ON YOUR SLOT.? OPEN THE DOOR PULL THE WHITE SWITCH THAT CLOSE WHEN DOOR IS CLOSED (OUT) THESE ARE A THREE POSITION SWITCH.
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Posted on Jun 29, 2009
there is only one way to remove the coins from the cd slot.....you needed to go for the service center....there they will disassemble it in few seconds and take out the coins and reassemble it very carefully.....so that your cd player also doesn't get any damages in it....it will cost only very little....
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Posted on Jul 20, 2009
I hate this
try insert another coin
if not you will have to run a wire through and a frictioned and magnetised coin might help
if you can you will have to dismantle this part in trying to release it
Posted on Sep 27, 2009
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