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My PS2 is making noises every time the Reader eye hits up against the Cd

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Hint hint, the reader eye isnt supposed to hit the cd. It's only supposed to be near it; and All PS2's make noise that way. New or Not. They all do.

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Yuk, you're not gonna like the solution to this but you have one of two things going on. That clicking noise you're hearing is the laser eye hitting the disk cuz it's havin problems reading it. There are a couple of reasons that would cause this. 1.) The laser lens is out of alignment. 2.) The lens itself is either damaged or the potentiometer pots on the back of the lens itself (if the ps2 dvdrom drive is taken apart and the eye is removed and flipped upside down there are two screws on the back of the eye, one controls laser voltage for dvds one controls laser voltage for CD) needs adjusting.

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