[SATLUG] OT: CD/DVD Drive Repairs

MKR mkr777 at gmail.com
Wed Feb 20 18:01:31 CST 2008

It would be cheaper to buy a new CD drive. I would go that route unless
someone else has a better solution.


On 2/20/08, Chris Montgomery <chrisncats at gmail.com> wrote:
> Sorry for the OT topic, but you folks always seem to have the answers on
> stuff like this <g>....
> I've had three CD/DVD drives go down when the little nylon belt that
> makes the CD's spin and the tray door open/close broke on me. I tried
> getting two repaired at a shop last year and they guy couldn't do it, so
> I bought a new one and stuck it in my machine and unplugged the power to
> the other two. Now this third CD drive's belt broke and is inoperable so
> I have no CD drives that work.
> Does anyone know where to get the little nylon belts (looks like a small
> rubber band) to replace the broken ones? Has anyone ever done the repair
> yourself? If not, do you have a recommended computer repair shop where
> the techs are competent enough to fix the CD drives?
> Thanks!
> --
> Best regards,
> Chris Montgomery
> 210-232-2790
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