I posted this down in another step too, but: if you have a very early North American PS4 Pro, with the exact optical drive shown here - the key way to tell is the very long data cable that’s folded a couple of times, see pictures in later steps - then the replacement drive iFixit offers WILL NOT WORK IN YOUR MACHINE. It has to be a very early model, apparently, but the model number isn’t enough to tell you.
Even if you swap the too-short cables in their replacement with the longer cables on your drive, it still will not work. At all. It’ll just sit there like the drive isn’t even getting power.
So if you do have this drive, what you probably need to do is get a replacement KES-496A Optical Pickup Assembly and replace that within your existing drive. That’s what I had to do after two different replacement drives sent by iFixit failed to work in my system. It worked immediately and I’m back online.
The optical pickup replacement is awfully fiddly, and adds a solid 20 minutes to the repair easily. But it does work.
I have the same original optical drive as shown here, with the long cable. If you have this drive in a very early North American PS4 Pro (mine was US market) the replacement drive offered by iFixit DOES NOT WORK IN YOUR MACHINE. Even if you swap cables - the included primary data cable in the replacement is too short - it WILL NOT WORK. What you probably need is a KES-496A optical pickup, and swap that out inside your existing optical drive. That’s what I had to do, and it fixed it for me.
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