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whats a goog place to get a ps2 chip soldered?

Discussion in 'PS2' started by Scarface, Jan 21, 2003.

  1. Scarface

    Scarface Member

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    Can people who have gotten their chips soldered by someone with experience tell me what type of ppl soldered it for them? Do I go to a computer shop, electronics store, etc???? Or is it really that hard to solder it ur self? Cuz the premodded ps2's cost at least 100 buks more that if u were to mod them urself. So plz help.
     
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    electronic stores, hardware stores, electronic repair shops, any engineers you know.

    If you've never soldered, I would strongly recommend not to try to do it yourself.

    My friend got his modded in NYC in a small electronic store in China town. (I think for 20 bucks)
     
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    20 bucks??? Must have been a 1 wire usb mod.
     
  4. Scarface

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    do they ever complain about modchips being illegal and stuff? You know what i mean.
     
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    if you have modchip 3.1 (no clip) ps2 v.7 and have the wires. pm me ill do it for you for 20$, just pay for the shipping. ill give you my address and phone number in case you need assurance. i live in canada. peace. just trying to help out.

     

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