The PS4 not taking or ejecting discs problem is very common and can be repaired.
The problems is most common on the first PS4 Original model, and not as common with the PS4 Slim and Pro models.
The reason it’s not taking or ejecting discs, is either that there’s something stuck in the disc drive itself, as we see so many PS4 consoles come in with items pushed into the disc drive by little kids.
The second reason is that the disc drive itself has a problem, where the little gears are worn out and don’t engage properly anymore, or that the disc drive itself is out of alignment.
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What does it cost to repair a PS4 disc drive?
The cost to repair the PS4 disc drive will be R760.00, this includes the parts and labour.
If the laser is also damaged and needs to be replaced, the cost of the laser replacement will be R950.00.
It’s not very often that we will need to replace the laser if it’s just not taking or ejecting discs.
How long does it take to repair the disc drive?
If your PS4 is just not taking or ejecting discs, the repair usually takes about an hour.
Our repairs generally take between 1 hour and 7 working days, it all depends on how busy we are, and how many other repair are in the queue.
Most repairs only take 3 days.
Come directly to us.
Bring your PS4 console directly to us, you can find our address and office hours here
Do I get a warranty on my PS4 disc drive repair?
Yes, all our repairs come with a 3 month money back warranty.
So if we do the repair and within 3 months it comes back for the same problem again, and in the unlikely event it can’t be repaired at all, we will give you a full refund.