Question about Sony Playstation 3 (PS3) Console
Have you checked your game player for any dust. I mean, it could be because the lens of your game player is dusty and it is not able to read discs. That is the most obvious reason. Plus you need to check the discs on some other player or perhaps on your PC. Try to make sure that the discs are running on some other gadget or on your friend's PC or play station. I hope you try to resolve problem with my tip.
Posted on Nov 14, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Tips for a great answer:
This is the 2nd most common problem
with PS3's. This isn't a bad problem. Your laser/lens will need to be
replaced. There are many videos on youtube if you would like to do it
yourself (I would advise you not to). I recommend that you find a
technician who has experience. There are many things that can go
If you do, you must disassemble your
drive and take out the laser to see exactly which laser you will need
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