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Old Nov 28, 2003, 02:45 PM
backup2k1 backup2k1 is offline
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hi guys ok my sisters kid was playing on her psx2 today
and what has happen there is no video coming out of the machine.
checked the lead and still the same.

can anyone tell me where to find the fuses inside the machine to check
or tell me where to look on the net

please help guys as my sister kid has been crying all day
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Old Nov 29, 2003, 11:16 AM
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There are fuses all over the mainboard. You need a volt-ohm meter to check them. Depending on the version, there could be at least 10 fuses on the board. Anything marked with a number (100,50,S7,etc) is a fuse. Generally, it will say "PS12" or something next to it printed on the main board.
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