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Old May 10, 2002, 04:24 PM
cdett03299 cdett03299 is offline
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Default NO solder mod problem?

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I got my V.4 No Solder Mod installed but when i am puttin the chip in the socket that the ribbon used to go into it doesnt stay in there very good it moves around and is loose? Should it be in there tight, I have tried pushing hard but it doesnt work and I dont want to break that socket? Also i was testing it and turned it on while my ps2 was open and one of the chips on the board got very hot in just a matter of about 10 seconds of the system coming on is this normal?
Old May 10, 2002, 10:32 PM
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It should be Ok
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