i have a v3 ps2 with a no-solder modchip. the other day i held down the button for 3 secs to eject the tray and it wouldn't eject. you could hear it trying to or something but it couldn't. and it would still eject the normal way, just pressing the button. and if you ejected it the normal way, then held down the button, it would close really fast, the way it does with the modchip. i didn't know what was wrong but only thing i knew to try was to see if the chip and/or ribbon cable to the eject button was loose. the chip did seem a little loose and after plugging the system back in, then the tray wouldn't eject at all... i unplugged the ribbon cable from the chip and then plugged it back in. HERE'S WHERE I MESSED UP. i accidentally plugged the cable in upside down. after that i get nothing. no power lights, no noise, nothing on the screen. nothing. so here's my question: did i blow a fuse, or is it possible that the cable is bad (it is a bit scratched, etc) and without the cable working the system won't even turn on? cause if it's the cable i can fix that. but i know i can't change fuses. oh, btw, i also tried my system without the chip, and get the same result.