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Old Jan 16, 2003, 02:28 PM
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I recently put in a no solder chip w/ swap magic, and when i was putting in the backup, the tray closed on the backup, so i shut the power off, now the ps2 wont power up at all. I checked the fuse where the power comes into the unit but no luck, i also tried new cables going into the chip, and then i also tried without the chip.......any ideas on what would cause a problem like this simply by shutting down the power when a disk was jammed?
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Old Jan 19, 2003, 09:16 AM
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Old Jan 19, 2003, 09:57 AM
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it really does sound like a fuse, if its just not turning on, even to the red light and your certain the ribbon cable going into the mobo from the power button is fine.

sorry, i cant tell you which fuse to check because ive never had that problem, alls i can say is every little black square on the board with numbers on top of them are fuses, the numbers are their values, so test them all and if you find a broken one try to replace it with the same number - someone on here might be able to sort you out with a spare fuse

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Old Jan 19, 2003, 02:32 PM
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If you can figure out which fuse (if any) goes to the power supply for the laser module I would start there.

How did you shut the power off. From the front or the back? (probably the back cause I don't think the PS2 will turn off with the tray open).
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Old Feb 26, 2003, 01:47 PM
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does anyone know of a picture on a webpage or something that shows which fuses control which parts of the system, any help would be appreciated
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Old Feb 26, 2003, 03:09 PM
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I actually have a PS2 on my bench right now with the same problem as above. Cust installed his own non-solder chip and it powered on, worked for a while, then turned off. The red light doesn't even come on. I figured, no problem, bad fuse. Well, every on board fuse is good. The power supply fuse is good. I tried a different silver reset cable and module, different power supply, different CD tray assembly, then in fact took this main board and put it in another completely working system. It was always the same thing, no power yet all the fuses are good. I'm afraid you may be another victim of one of the "quality" non-solder mods. People need to stay far away from these things...
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