Fixing a Panasonic 3DO FZ-1 Laser with a 3D Printed Gear – Cog Replacement! Mark Fixes Stuff | 23 August 2020 | 3DO, Repair, Retro Repair | No Comments Join me as we fix a Panasonic 3DO that won’t read discs at all. With help from a good friend we use the power of 3D printing to create a pattern part that fits and works… with some “adjustment” required! 😂😂😂 Did you have a 3DO? BIG THANKS to my Patreon Supporters.If you would like to help fund future videos, I would be really grateful. Visit https://www.patreon.com/markfixesstuff for more details. Become an MFS Patron! MFS Social Media Discord Server Invite: https://discord.gg/4PbNQEw Like the Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/MarkFixesStuff/ Join our Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/markfixesstuff/ Join me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/MarkFixesStuff Join me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/markfixesstuff/ Music courtesy of TeknoAXE – http://teknoaxe.com/ Tags:3D Printed Cog, 3d printed gears, 3DO, 3DO Broken Laser, 3do console, 3do interactive multiplayer, 3do repair, 3DO Split Cog, cd, cd drive, cd-rom, console, fault, fix, fz-1, fz1, Gear, guide, how to, how to fix, Jammed, Jammed laser, laser, not booting, not reading, not spinning, not working, Panasonic, Panasonic 3DO, panasonic 3do fz-1 laser, panasonic 3do repair, panasonic fz-1, problem, refurb, remove 3DO Laser, Repair, replace, retro, retro gaming, rom, Take out 3DO Laser, tutorial, video Related Posts Toshiba HX-10 MSX back from the dead! 3 Comments | Jan 3, 2014 How to test a 7805 regulator in a ZX Spectrum with a cheap multimeter – MFS Quicktip! 2 Comments | Jul 8, 2013 Removing stuck discs in a PS3 fat Bluray Drive No Comments | Feb 5, 2014 Acorn Electron colour fix modification – Making the video port output colour instead of monochrome No Comments | Jan 31, 2013 About The Author Mark Fixes Stuff Just a geek, geeking about. Not a nerd. Add a Comment Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment:*Name:* Email Address:* Website: Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.