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Old Oct 21, 2003, 01:32 PM
Lord-Zed Lord-Zed is offline
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ps2daddy what shall i do with area C ?
i need to desolder some points there it's not desoldering...
its so hard .. my wire (30 awg) is larger than the pins :///
any suggetions?
sry for my english
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Old Oct 22, 2003, 11:03 AM
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[B]ps2daddy what shall i do with area C ?
i need to desolder some points there it's not desoldering...
its so hard .. my wire (30 awg) is larger than the pins :///
any suggetions?
sry for my english [/B]
If you can find a liquid flux pin use some of that on the desoldering braid
Also (works but be very very careful dont try this at home unless you have practiced use at your own risk procede with caution!)
I use a 30 watt iron along with the desoldering braid with liquid flux on the desoldering braid and apply the iron very quicky and remove it very quickly to remove the solder bridges on difficult spots my iron is old and worn so it doesnt acutally reach the full original temperature.
for normal soldering I only use a 15watt fine tipped iron with fine solder

If you can find some enamel wire its 32 gauge and might be a little easier to solder for you just be careful not to melt any other part of the the wire than the end so you wont cause a short on the board after its attached. Just use these for the cd\dvd controller points use your regular 30 gauge wire for everything else except power and ground.
I personally only use 30 gauge kynar and highly recommend it for all the mod points except power and ground but this might help you out in your specific situation USe a 30watt iron to heat the end of the enamel wire so you can easily get to the exposed wire so you can solder it to the board but use a 15watt as ususall to solder it in place dont forget to tin the wire too

Also
Since you have a version 3 you have to solder on the CD\DVD controller points try using small peices of a soda can in between the cd\dvd controller pins to solder to wires correctly. Remeber to use flux on the points and pretin your wires before you solder them

Man I wish you could have sent it to some that is experienced at doing this in ps2s

Best of succes though

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Old Oct 24, 2003, 07:47 AM
Lord-Zed Lord-Zed is offline
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well thanx for everything
i did what you told me and it worked...
but god hate me :\ i accidantly removed small resistor (the one that is in front of pin p at C area).
i closed the ps2 and its not working - no video or oudio signal
only red & blue lights at the power button...
the chip dont get volts so i don't think that his effecting...

thats it im retiring after spending all of my money

i don't think i even can sell it....

in israel ill never find xperts for that kind of chip...

again thanx for the help
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Old Oct 24, 2003, 08:43 AM
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[B]well thanx for everything
i did what you told me and it worked...
but god hate me :\ i accidantly removed small resistor (the one that is in front of pin p at C area).
i closed the ps2 and its not working - no video or oudio signal
only red & blue lights at the power button...
the chip dont get volts so i don't think that his effecting...

thats it im retiring after spending all of my money

i don't think i even can sell it....

in israel ill never find xperts for that kind of chip...

again thanx for the help [/B]
Was it black or brown?

If it was black it is a resistor
If it was brown it is a capacitor

If you can find a regular resistor or capacitor of the same value you can put a wire on each of the original solder points and connect it to the resistor or capacitor and that might do the trick for you. I'll do some research and see what I can come up with.

If all else fails sell it as a broken ps2 on ebay

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Old Oct 25, 2003, 04:32 AM
Lord-Zed Lord-Zed is offline
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it's brown... i can't find it it's so small....
ill wait for your replay than ill sell it... you are my last hope
thanx man you are the gr8test
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Old Oct 25, 2003, 05:22 AM
Makaveli_786 Makaveli_786 is offline
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You ever soldered before Zed?
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