Rear Interlock switch for playstation 2 slim needed
I'm looking for an interlock switch for a playstation 2 slim. To my understanding there are two switches, one located at the front right and one located to the left rear of the laser deck. I need the one located at the rear. Where can I this device?
Or are there some pins that I can short to get the same effect. The button on top of the switch is broken off/missing. If you have a replacement part that would be great or any info that you may have will be helpful also.
Thanks in advance for your support.
Re: Rear Interlock switch for playstation 2 slim needed
Sldulin, we are having the same problem. Our PS2 the little rubber black piece is unglued and mom
saw a sandwich bag on our glass end table and through it away, not knowing that the broken off switch was inside. So now we have to find a little rubber pad to glue back on the board so it will work. So if you know where we can get one send to our E-mail that info. email@example.com
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On front load machines, some manufacturers us de as 'door error'. This generally relates to a fault with the interlock mechanism.
This is the door lock which prevents the door from being opened while the machine is working..
If the door won't lock and/or the machine won't run. OR the door is locked shut, then this is the most likely situation.
The interlock switch is part of the electrical circuit.
NOT recommended for a handyman.
It's not a big job for a technician, and you will probably need a new interlock.
1 Is the front access door completely closed? Yes)Go to step 2. No) Properly close the door. 2 Turn the printer off, and remove the rear cover. Check the connector JINT1 (5 V interlock switch cable) for proper connection to the system card, the cable for pinch points, and the cable or connector for any other damage. Is the cable damaged? Yes) Replace the front access door 5 V interlock switch. No) Go to step 3. 3 Turn the printer power on, and check for 5 V dc between JINT1 pin (red wire) and ground. Is voltage present? Yes) Replace the front access door 5 V interlock switch. No) Go to step 4. 4 Replace the printhead. Does the error clear? Yes)Problem solved. No) Replace the system card.
An error has occurred in the yellow channel of the printhead.
1 Is the front access door completely closed? (Yes) Go to step 2. (No) Properly close the door. 2 Turn the printer off, and remove the rear cover.Check the connector JINT1 (5 V interlock switch cable) for proper connection to the system card, the cable for pinch points, and the cable or connector for any other damage.Is the cable damaged? (Yes)Replace the front access door 5 V interlock switch. (No) Go to step 3. 3 Turn the printer power on, and check for 5 V dc between JINT1 pin (red wire) and ground. Is voltage present? (Yes) Replace the front access door 5 V interlock switch. (No)Go to step 4. 4 Replace the printhead. Does the error clear? (Yes) Problem solved. (No) Replace the system card.
sounds like interlock has packed in.
WITH POWER OFF......
you need to remove lid...............put your hand down front of door interlock and flick the switch.................replace interlock asap.....
Sounds like the shift interlock circuit has an issue.
This can be 1 of 3 places
1. The fuse for the Shift Interlock circuit. This is fuse #16
2. The shift interlock switch. This is part of the BPP ( Brake Pedal Position ) Switch that also controls the brake lamps. There are 2 switches in the BPP switch, 1 for the shift interlock, the other the brakes. The circuit in the BPP switch for the shift interlock is the Tan w/ Red stripe wire ( from fuse # 16 ) to Pink w/ Light Green stripe ( to the shift interlock solenoid ). Test both side of this circuit with a meter ( to ground ) you should have power on the Tan w/ Red stripe wire any time the key is in the Start or Run position. The Pink w/ Light Green stripe wire should have power any time the brake pedal is pressed down. If you do not have power at the Pink w/ Light Green stripe wire, you need a new BPP switch. If you have power with the brake pedal pressed on this wire, you need a new Shift Interlock Solenoid.
A1-1 to A1-32
All indicate a paper path problem, etc. in the ADF
ADF exit problems
Irregular size documents
ADF single sheet document reset
ADF exit interlock
Tray 1 jam
Tray 2 jam
Tray 3 jam
Jams related to duplex
Registration sensor, re tray 1
HCF feed problems
Tray 1 feed problem
Paper stays in tray or duplex or HCF
Bypass feed problem
E1-10 to E1-25
Paper on registration sensor
Reset signal happened. Might read E-2 something else
E3-30 to E4-14
E4-10 to E4-14
Inverter sensor not actuated
E4-40 to E4-45
Duplex entry sensor
Front door interlock
Tray 1 interlock
2 tray or duplex interlock
E8-6 to E8-15
Duplex entry sensor
Sorter entry sensor
Sorter exit sensor
Paper size not available for sort/stack
Replace copy cartridge
Replace copy cartridge
Wrong copy cartridge installed
Copy cartridge EEPROM
Auditron or other counter problem
Platen glass temperature is too high
Communication problem between interimage erase/edge lamps and main board
Main motor drive problem
U2-1 to U2-4
Scan home sensor
Open fuser thermistor
Fuser did not warm up properly
Fuser temperature too high
Fuser problem. Staying on too long
High fuser temperature
Sorter bin home switch not activated
Sorter bin home switch stayed actuated
Sorter bin home switch
Incorrect value in NVM. Reinitialize main board with code 20-96
U8-1 to U8-6
Problem with exposure lamp, lamp sensor, lamp board
the most likely cause is probably the interlock switch has gained some play through wear an tear replacing it may solve it but first check that the door hinge hasnt been put out of alignment by the door being pushed open futher than needed. fitting a new interlock switch is relatively easy on most models www.espares.com might have it
This is not the safety interlock switch. This flat bar keeps shredder paper from backfilling into the cutters. The safety interlock switch is a vertical slot on the body that a tab on the top fits into.