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The laser sled seems to have run up to dead end, which usually shouldn’t happen for most normal disc drives, so I guess the noise comes from the sled motor, maybe the sled zero position reset switch is broken and the motor keeps trying to run it towards the center.
 
Maybe power it on with the bottom lid open to verify this?
 
I haven’t actually opened up an Xbox one disc drive, this is only based on experience of other models. However opening up the mechanism and see how it is running helps with determining the problem.
 
Update 1: I opened up the drive and this is the actuation video of a good drive, notice the white slider moving vertically.
 
[video|1071]
 
[video|1073]
 
Ifixit video is not working so I added YouTube link to the video.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xIB_VXDg35M

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Editado por: Tom Chai ,

Texto:

The laser sled seems to have run up to dead end, which usually shouldn’t happen for most normal disc drives, so I guess the noise comes from the sled motor, maybe the sled zero position reset switch is broken and the motor keeps trying to run it towards the center.
 
Maybe power it on with the bottom lid open to verify this?
 
I haven’t actually opened up an Xbox one disc drive, this is only based on experience of other models. However opening up the mechanism and see how it is running helps with determining the problem.
 
Update 1: I opened up the drive and this is the actuation video of a good drive, notice the white slider moving vertically.
 
[video|1071]
 
[video|1072video|1073]
[video|1072video|1073]

Status:

open

Editado por: Tom Chai ,

Texto:

The laser sled seems to have run up to dead end, which usually shouldn’t happen for most normal disc drives, so I guess the noise comes from the sled motor, maybe the sled zero position reset switch is broken and the motor keeps trying to run it towards the center.
 
Maybe power it on with the bottom lid open to verify this?
 
I haven’t actually opened up an Xbox one disc drive, this is only based on experience of other models. However opening up the mechanism and see how it is running helps with determining the problem.
 
Update 1: I opened up the drive and this is the actuation video of a good drive, notice the white slider moving vertically.
 
[video|1071]
 
[video|1072]

Status:

open

Editado por: Tom Chai ,

Texto:

The laser sled seems to have run up to dead end, which usually shouldn’t happen for most normal disc drives, so I guess the noise comes from the sled motor, maybe the sled zero position reset switch is broken and the motor keeps trying to run it towards the center.
 
Maybe power it on with the bottom lid open to verify this?
 
I haven’t actually opened up an Xbox one disc drive, this is only based on experience of other models. However opening up the mechanism and see how it is running helps with determining the problem.
 
Update 1: I opened up the drive and this is the actuation video of a good drive, notice the white slider moving vertically.
[video|1070


[video|1071
]
Update 1: I opened up the drive and this is the actuation video of a good drive, notice the white slider moving vertically.
[video|1070


[video|1071
]

Status:

open

Editado por: Tom Chai ,

Texto:

The laser sled seems to have run up to dead end, which usually shouldn’t happen for most normal disc drives, so I guess the noise comes from the sled motor, maybe the sled zero position reset switch is broken and the motor keeps trying to run it towards the center.
 
Maybe power it on with the bottom lid open to verify this?
 
I haven’t actually opened up an Xbox one disc drive, this is only based on experience of other models. However opening up the mechanism and see how it is running helps with determining the problem.
 
Update 1: I opened up the drive and this is the actuation video of a good drive, notice the white slider moving vertically.
[video|1070]

Status:

open

Editado por: Tom Chai ,

Texto:

The laser sled seems to have run up to dead end, which usually shouldn’t happen for most normal disc drives, so I guess the noise comes from the sled motor, maybe the sled zero position reset switch is broken and the motor keeps trying to run it towards the center.
 
Maybe power it on with the bottom lid open to verify this?
 
I haven’t actually opened up an Xbox one disc drive, this is only based on experience of other models. However opening up the mechanism and see how it is running helps with determining the problem.

Status:

open

Postagem original de: Tom Chai ,

Texto:

The laser sled seems to have run up to dead end, which usually shouldn’t happen for most normal disc drives, so I guess the noise comes from the sled motor, maybe the sled zero position reset switch is broken and the motor keeps trying to run it towards the center.

Maybe power it on with the bottom lid open to verify this?

Status:

open