Re: broken ps2 slimline , sounds like the disc is...
Ok the problem i had was the disc would not read and it sounded like struggling to read.
1/ if under warranty-use it
2/if not you need a small phillips screwdriver and a flathead screwdriver.
Take the back soft pads off and unscrew x2.then use the flathead and unclip hard plastic (not rubber)front ones x3 and x1 back.
Carefuly remove the top avoid touching the laser lens at all cost(this will cost you)
Now to the problem
The lens slides back and forth on the steel rods, i found that mine was sticking in a spot i put some crc on a tissue and cleaned the steel rods.
Too test while still open put the leads in and (power last) and turn on .In order to fool the machine to think it is shut there are 2 trigger point to push down 1 next too the on button and the next is white and in mid-back when done together the disc will start to spin.(hopefully that was your problem as mine went back too whisper quiet and all my discs worked again)
and just go in reverse to put back together
Good luck and enjoy the experience
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Well has it been dropped? If so more then likely the guide rail fall out of place and can easily be poped back in place. A good way to see if its your laser or guide rail is to fined the hole that when the lids closed this pin goes in the hole so the ps2 knows the lids closed and stick a piece of paper in that hole with lid opened. Now it should act like the lids closed. See if the laser produces a red beam or strange noises. Maybe even the little black piece at the back that stops the disc from spinning isnt working right. But dont get worried as theres a pin on the lid that makes the black piece pull back from the disc when lids closed so it might be stopping disc from spinng while its open. Several diffrent solutions need to know how you know its not spinning. If your just putting your head to it and cant hear it spinning then you will need to trouble shoot.
Yes. There are three reasons why your Slim PS2 disc might not spin.
1. Bad laser. This is the most common issue. 2. Bad case: if your PS2 dropped or is banged around a lot, the case could become loosely closed and even though it is closed, the PS2 thinks it is still open. 3. Bad sensor(s): The PS2 has 2 sensors to let it know that the lid is closed. Once the lid is closed, the laser does its thing.
Hi.... It's probably a broken disc brake post . It comes down off the cover and pokes into a square hole in the back-right-hand side of where the disc lid hinges. If there's no post the disc wont spin when you close the cover. If it's broken you can drill a spot where the other one was and glue a plastic piece in its place.
This is the most common of the two problems with ps2 the one you have is the second most common problem the first being the laser itself not working and then you problem disk not spinning. As you know the laser is moving the rules out the door catch mechanism being a problem so all thats left is the laser unit itself now your problem is the motor on the laser not working but the big problem you have is you just cant replace the motor on its own it comes as one unit with the laser. Now buying one isnt a problem neither is fitting it but the problem is calibrating the new laser to do this you nedd osciloscope and these cost $1000 to buy so unless you have one then this is a problem also if you take it in to be repaired the repair cos allone would cost more than a new ps2 so it just isnt worth repairing if you look on a well known auction site you will see thousands of ps2 with your problem they just dont repair them any more its just not worth it. youd be better of buying a new one it would be cheaper than the repair and also buying a new one means that it will last a bit longer. Say you get yours repaired then next week it overheats then you have another problem related to the age of the console so at the end of the day it would be best to buy a new let me know if you need more help or advice. Also the problem with the slimline one is you can adjust the laser because on the bigger ps2 you could adjust the laser by hand and get it to work again without any special tools but sony done away with this feature so that they got people to pay for repairs sorry i couldnt give you good news ok