Repairing a non ejecting dvd drive part 2 .mp4. If your dvd or cd drive does not eject and if it's not a worn belt, then reducing the magnetism of the hub might fix your problem.
The fix in the first video involves glueing a piece of paper of paper or two to the bottom of the hub. A better fix, as shown in this video, is to put the paper between the magnet and the hub. This way, you won't have to use glue and the fix won't affect the rotation or balance of the disc. The repair is therefore more permanent. The repair is done from the outside so you don't have to take the cover apart.
How well the disc ejects depends on the strength of the magnetism in the hub and how much it is reduced. Since the repair is done from the outside, you can experiment with the fix more easily. The sheet metal with bayonet mount is sharp so be careful not to cut yourself when you work on this.
Good luck on your repair.
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