12-18-2008 06:48 PM
12-18-2008 07:06 PM
did u try a BD Lens cleaner? if that doesnt work, try to do it yourself (use Youtube, they have plenty of DIY videos for this type of thing). if that doesnt work, send the diode that u bought back to the guy that u bought it from saying that "it didnt fit/work" and get ur money back. then send it in to Sony (be sure to back up ur data w/ a USB Flashdrive if u send it to Sony)Message Edited by InfinitextalenT on 12-18-2008 06:48 PM
There's always my thread (cough..... page 4)
12-30-2008 09:47 AM
Its is very easy to open up the PS3 and switch the laser. I have fixed many of my friends blu ray lasers, and my owne. If you do mess some thing up sony will still fix your system for $150 as long as it has the serial number on the back..... Buy the laser from ebay for $50 and do it your self save $100. if you have any questions email me at Casen_Reeves@Dell.com
12-30-2008 10:12 AM
fix it yourself, how can Sony always say $150 or what whatever price it is that they want and when you tell them that you have a problem with your PS3, what if its something small they'll still say $150 i don't get it so i say fix yourself and dont send it in.
Can someone tell me why they do that if you know.
Waiting for my new laser to install myself, was gonna send it in but wanna see if i can fix it and only cause ive had my since day one.
12-30-2008 10:38 AM