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im installing a magic 3.1 soon

Discussion in 'PS2' started by account, Jan 9, 2004.

  1. account

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    ^topic^ now i was woundering if i f*** it up real bad how hard is it to remove the chip and solder thats left in the ps2?







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  2. account

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    can anyone help me i just want to know if i can reverse anything i do to my ps2








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  3. Glenny

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    completely inspect your solder joints. make sure there aren't any solder bridges (more than one point soldered together that shouldn't be) or cold solder joints (joints that look soldered but do not make an electrical connection)double check your wiring. as long as you dont power up the pcb you can remove unwanted solder without damage by using solder wick. keep in mind the components you are soldering to can be damaged by heat and ESD (electro static discharge)
    good luck
    if you want a pro to do it check out ps2modco@yahoo.com
     
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  5. devilhunt

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    just to let you know it is possible to damage your ps2 when fitting or removing a mod chip to the point were the only option is a replacment mainboard
     

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