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This normally mean the lens in your xbox has gone weak,you can also try vertical position, better you to change the whole drive itself

Posted on Jun 05, 2010

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It keeps telling me to open the tray, and it says reading then open tray. it will not start the game


Take it into a games store/ fixer man and get them to clean the disk trays led light wich reads the disks. (the led light could just be dusty). =] good luck. =]

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Hello,

The reason your player keeps reading a disc and do not play is because the the disc tray is not sitting the disc properly on the lens.

The disc tray is faulty, the mechanism that controls the opening and closing of the tray is damaged and needs repair.

To fix this, you have to get the appropriate screwdriver, open the cover of the player.

You will see a mechanism by the opening of the tray that controls the disc tray.

Get a replacement mechanism and change it. Mostly the rubber slacks and does not control the tray properly.

Changing the mechanism will solve the problem.

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Ahhhhhh This is a fun one! Ok here is the first thing you should do. Put a disk in the tray and keep in mind the position it is facing. Close the tray and wait for your system to say open tray now open the tray and examine the disc. Let me know if it is in the same position and we'll go from there!

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yeah, you can keep opening and closing it till it works or you can send it in to get it repaired. i tried every way possible to fix it, but i couldnt. something in the dvd drive has gone out and won't read discs the same anymore.

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Just keep closing and opening the tray, sooner or later it should read the disk.

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Your system can possibly be dusty inside or the disk may be scratched real bad. Buy a keyboard airbrush can and spray the air inside to see if you can clean it.

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