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Try this....after a lot of frustration and research, what i found on the internet
for this problem was usless. I tried holding down the eject button for
15 seconds to reset the disc drive, still it would'nt accept the disc.
As i literally picked up the phone to ring sony, as the ps3 was on
standby i pressed the eject button multiple times and heard 2 beeps
each time, still the system stayed on standby. After that i then tried
just putting the disc in as normal as its on standby and the system
booted automatically and accepted my disc. I hope this helps others, as
mine now works perfectly.
i think thats a device defect and if so and its under a year then you can go online to the Microsoft website and register the 360 if you havent done so and report a problem to it then theyll send you a box and you sent it back and usually get it back in a week...if its over a year old and dont have the 1 yr manufactor warranty then im not reallly sure....sorrry
Remove the disc drive from the console. Remove the cover very carefull. Take the top part off (remove the 5 screws) and open the disc drive like a book.
Carefull remove the guide mechanism (the front part -1 screw).
The clicking noise is caused by the fact that the left side mechanism that raises and loweres the deck when the disk is inserted or ejected is stuck. Carefull push back the piece of plastic with teeth located on the left side of the deck (as you are looking at the disk drive the oposite side with the lens driving motor) until it clears complete the plastic round gear that drives that part.
mount back the guide mechanism, and the top part.
Attached the ribbon cables to the unit , power the console and keep the eject button pushed for about 10-15 seconds.
That will reset all the gears and stuff.
Worked for me when I experienced that issue.
Make sure the face of the radio is completely unobstructed. If anything blocks it, the disc will not eject. Another tip is to take a CD while the door is oped and insert it into the unit part way to "trick" the unit into thinking a disc is being loaded. Then unit may be confused and thinks that no disc is inside the radio. Also, disconnecting constant power for at least 15 seconds will often reset the unit.