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Help needed with faulty ps3 bd drive (phat (nand bc))

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Hello guys, i'm having trouble with a ps3 bd drive that suddently stopped working, the lens still reads discs but the drive just won't load any discs maybe some hardware experts like @Puffdragon could help me out? tweets above is what i already tried, but no luck so far. I will be reinstalling my cfw but i don't think that'll change anything though. any suggestions? please leave a comment! thanks!

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Do you have any other spare Full BD Drive to roll out if the problem the Drive or on the Mobo

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@Thibobo I have checked and I have a spare BD Drive (It should be working as the PS3 works fine except overheating). Let me know if changing the lens didn't help to arrange a meeting.

Modelnumber: F151182926

 

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6 hours ago, 3absiso said:

Do you have any other spare Full BD Drive to roll out if the problem the Drive or on the Mobo

i changed the mechanism & the daughterboard, i'm sure the lens is fine as i played on it right before it wouldn't eject the disc, if it is the mobo is it fixable?

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@3absiso i now remaried a fully new drive, still same problem, so i can now say 100% sure it isn't the drive it's fault

 

EDIT: i will be reflowing the mobo once again tommorrow and see what it does, i'm pretty sure it isn't the drive as the same problem keeps coming back to different drives

 

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UPDATE: reflowed the console again but still same problem, i think it's a lost case, i'll leave it as it is, now i'll have to decide if i'll burn or smash it xD

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The problem is solely the disc drive? Why would you smash it because of that especially when you just reflowed it.

 

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