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Dissasembling the ps2

Discussion in 'PS2 - Hardware boot discussion' started by xcp, Apr 28, 2005.

  1. xcp

    xcp Member

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    I am dissambling my ps2 to put in the DMS 4 EZI Pro modchip I got yesterday. I have tooken it all apart except for the fact that the silver base at the bottom. There are like 9 different tiny screws holding it. So far I got all of them except 4 and they are were under the power supply. I have broke my only precision screwedriver on these 4 trying to get them out. Is there a special tool to use to get these suckers out because it feels like they are welded in there.
     
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    please help. these screws are freaking hard to get out. They wont move.
     
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    try getting a bigger screw driver
    one with a #2 tip (smaller tip)
    can get them at a electronics shop

    you cant get enough torque with those small precision screw drivers
     
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    What I did was put my precision philips screwdriver in there so it's ready to take the screws out, and then I used a pair of needle-nose pliers to grab onto the screwdriver, and twisted with that. The screws came right out, I think I just needed the extra leverage to get them started.
     

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