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No Data found

When i try to play the any game am always getting a message stating that " no data found ". When i purchased the console it is working fine for few days and thereafter am facing this problem. please help me out as i have not succeeded to findout any suitable authorised service centres in Hyd.

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Re: No Data found

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Re: No Data found

It should have the warranty on it so it should be as easy as retrun. If not you should give it a clean. If it is the regular ps2, not the slim, you should be able to open it up (be careful and gentle) then with a qutip dab some alcohol on it and clean the lens gently. Thanks, connie

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