Lite-On iHAS124 C DVD-RW Driver
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Lite-On iHAS124 C DVD-RW Driver
It's still doing it. I've tried my best to figure out if anything physical is doing it. I'm just no engineer. Is yours having the same problem? You'd think it it were broken it wouldn't eject either way.
I was hoping someone with a background in optical drive engineering would happen by. Is yours a Lite-On, too? Anonymous Apr 5,1: I reflashed the firmware and did all I could to no avail.
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But it does seem to be firmware related. Lite-On iHAS124 C DVD-RW tapped multiple times on the eject button and finally the tray would come out by itself, now it seems to work again, although I don't trust it.
If motor belt driving the drawer is slippery or the bar which moves across to lower the disc drive and laser assembly as the drawer opens is sticky the result is a jam Lite-On iHAS124 C DVD-RW. You have to open the drive case and clean the belt and associated pulleys with a gentle alcohol to get the belt gripping again.
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I would also very sparingly lubricate the gear teeth of the drawer and the cog on the motor which drives it to eject. Some or none Lite-On iHAS124 C DVD-RW this may work -- my solution on an older DVD writer is to remove the drive front bezel and fasten a handle to the front of the drawer -- jiggling the drawer may cause it to open eventually.
Alternatively, when you remove a disc from the drawer, always replace it with another disc. That stops the magnetic puck gripping the CD motor spindle.
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Anonymous Apr 5, This is a very Lite-On iHAS124 C DVD-RW problem -- the issue is usually when the makers use a magnetic puck that clamps the disc from above as the drawer closes. What you said, finally makes perfect sense! I will Lite-On iHAS124 C DVD-RW a donut-shaped sticker cut out of 2-inch wide packing tape to the bottom side of the magnetic puck. The tape's thickness would create an extra distance from the magnet to weaken its pulling force a bit. Hopefully this would permanently fix the problem.
Best answer Apr 6,1: I made the sticker from two layers of duct tape. Make sure to use good quality of tape, so the glue would not spread from underneath and cause more trouble. The drive is perfect now. To disassemble the drive, 1.
Eject tray with a straightened paper clip, 2. Remove four screws in the bottom, 3. Remove plastic front bezel - the top one or two latches are the most stubborn but they need to come off, 4 Gently pry out the innards away from the metal case to get access to the puck. The magnetic puck is a small round rare-earth super magnet encased in white plastic, or it is a black plastic ring with metal inside - Lite-On iHAS124 C DVD-RW Edit below.
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Edit on April 7, Newer Liteon burners, like iHAS, have metal puck encased in black plastic and rare-earth super magnet placed directly on the spindle motor. This seems like Liteon's attempt at solving the tray eject problem. The 4-point repair plan is the same: I did this on brand new drives just to avoid future problems.
Addition of the sticker's thickness creates an extra distance from the magnet to weaken its pulling force. Anonymous Well, I think I'll try that myself.
Thanks to all of you who contributed suggestions and especially the steps! I just cut 3x3mm or so squares from some duct tape that was two pieces stuck together.