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Re: Australian PS2 Modification
Hi, This problem is due to regional.For this i am sending you a link below where you can find your required modification chip and you can also find diagram how to install it.So, Match the chip according your PS2 model and change it.
NOTE: if you have already experienced person to do that by yourself then plz go a head,But if not then plz consult any expert nearby. Hope this link will solve your problem. And don't forget to rate the solution if the problem rectify. Thanks.
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Unless the power supply is a multi-system* type, the unit will not work in Australia without major modifications to suit the mains voltage. The differences between USA and Australian voltages are significant. We use a higher voltage rating for appliances than America does, and appliances made for Australia operate at around 220-250V AC.
In order for it to function correctly and safely in Australia, the power supply would need major modification, which can prove expensive, and often impractical.
No, the American Ps2 game will not load on Australian one because in Australia the TV system mode is PAL and the in America its NTSC standard.You can't load any game until your Ps2 is modded.You can buy a modulator than can convert PAL to NTSC and vice versa.
You can put your postcode, but you should also mark that it is Australia. If something is sent from the US, it first goes to the country (Australia) then local post services use the postcode you provided to find your city So put your postcode and don't worry