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Old Apr 03, 2007, 12:22 AM
aaronaaronaaron aaronaaronaaron is offline
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Default PS2 Switch problem

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I Did something stupid. I've been using a swap magic for sometime to play imports on my ps2 but for some reason the metal inserts were constantly coming loose. The warranty had run out on my slim so I decided to open it up and stick down the switches that the metal inserts were holding down (There's one by the on/off switch and another spring lever in the back to the left of the laser). After trying various methods I had the stupid idea of using super glue and because I was impatient went ahead with it. Only after I did it did I realize that if any glue got deep enough into the switch it could cause the metal to not come in contact and sure enough when I tried it out the ps2 acted like the lid was open no matter what I did. Anyone have ideas on how to bridge the circuits that the switches connect (I was thinking of saughtering but I don't have any schematic on how where I could put it) I don't have any knowlege on modding game systems so if you have any advise whatsoever please post it. Thanks!!!
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