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ps2 Problems......

Discussion in 'PS2 - Hardware boot discussion' started by GTauto, Apr 7, 2007.

  1. GTauto

    GTauto Member

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    Well my friend gave me his broken Ps2 that he didnt want, so I thought I might be able to fix it. he told me the problems he has was that the Place where u plug in the AC Cable was loose and that the Ps2 was not reading any disks. he told me it was modded. So I opened the thing up and I found the modchip, so I just pulled all the wires of the modchip off and took it out.

    Picture of the modchip
    http://img154.imageshack.us/img154/7484/picture55kr5.jpg

    After I took out the modchip. I was putting everything back and then by accident I pulled a wire (the one that comes out of the big Black thing on the ps2) Picture http://img153.imageshack.us/img153/7329/picture46tl5.jpg

    I couldnt put it back into its place again...so I just left it like that.

    and I checked the small yellow place where the Power Cord Goes into..and it was loose.. someone told me I have to solder it back onto the board...but I dunno where I have to solder from...
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    http://img213.imageshack.us/img213/5436/picture52cn8.jpg

    and last of all...after I took out the modchips wires from the points...the silver stuff still stayed on some of them...Is that a problem..?
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    http://img213.imageshack.us/img213/6738/picture50mo7.jpg

    and when I start up the ps2 there is nothing on the screen..just blank black screen...but I do hear the Disk spinning...

    I need As much help as I can get.... Please....
     
  2. z270

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    well you can get rid of the "silver stuff" with a desoldering wick and a soldering iron (get 15watt one) and just place it over the solder and place the iron on and itll suck it up
     
  3. GTauto

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    Alrite Thanks, How about the Power thingy(the yellow square box). Got any Tips on how I can make that tight again, Where do I solder.
     

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