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Old Jan 22, 2005, 10:15 AM
kmoney1008 kmoney1008 is offline
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Default Quick question on MarsIII MA-502 modchip, V9

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Hi, I have a quick question, I have recently been installing a MarsIII MA-502 modchip for my ps2 V9, I have all of the wires soldered on except for the "S" wire. On the diagrams from, it appears that there is a bridge of some sort connecting two components together, and then the wire is soldered onto that bridge. Does anyone know if that is correct, and if so, how would I go about making the bridge. Any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks much.
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Old Feb 23, 2005, 12:16 AM
kingpickle kingpickle is offline
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I has this same question a while back. Found the answer myself by lookin at other chip installation diagrams. Solder your wire on the right side of the black chip. There's no bridge to do.
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