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  1. I've been speaking to a gentleman in the comments section under one of my YouTube videos about his 800K floppy drive, and today he shared a video of his problematic clicking head with me here: As you can see, the optical sensor is in fact working fine. If it was dirty or clogged, it would not work as shown in the video above. But as you can see, the head is still trying to move back over and over. Is this a case of the Zero Track problem? Does the screw holding the optical sensor in place need to be loosened and the optical sensor moved back slightly
  2. Hello I have a bunch of Sony MFD-51W 800k floppy drives that I'd like to put back into my Mac Plus computers so that I can sell them. Fortunately, I was able to get all their eject mechanisms working properly, thanks to James Wages' terrific instructions! But many of the drives have the same issue: Their heads do not move from the zero position to attempt to read the disk. I have only one drive connected to the computer at a time. If a drive works, the computer boots just fine and everything is great! But these drives in which the heads don't move from
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  4. Trying to clean the floppy drive of a Macintosh Plus, now every time I insert a floppy it will automatically eject it. Disassembling the 800k floppy drive I realised that when I put a floppy in it, the motor doesn't spin and then the disk is ejected. Anyone know how to repair it? Any help will be appreciated.
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