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My slim ps2 is heating up to fast

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You can thank sony for the ergonomic design. When you try to fit so much in to such a little space with very little venting this is what the end result is.

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A silver slim ps2 is unable to play certain games


Okay, are you using the original PS2? If you are then it more then likely is the age of the console. The original PS2 console actually can't play some of the games that were made after the PS2 slim was released. If your using the slim than the only thing i can advise is to try using a laser lens cleaner disc and see if that helps :)

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Your lens is repeatedly touching the disc. In the future, this could be a big issue, and it is a sign that your lens is breaking down. On the slimline models, specifically SCPH-70000 models or greater, the lasers are disposable just about. They weaken easily, and they stop working fast. You can get a new laser for about 20 dollars from some websites.

Check some of your discs. If you notice any circular scratches, you'll know that your lens is touching the disc. Does it still read PSX, PS2 games (including DVD-9 dual layer games like Guitar Hero) well? Does it read fast? Can you still watch movies on your PS2? If not, your lens is breaking and you'll need to replace it.

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Ps2 noisey


It sounds like it's over-heating and not running right. You may have to get a new PlayStation 2, and I recommend getting a slim PS2 they last a lot longer.

Jan 04, 2009 | Sony PlayStation 2 (PS2) Console

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if any wants to know how to use hd loader on ps 2 slim contact by my email loppy6g@yahoo.com. i can help you with any ps slim problem

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Won't work. disk won't turn


sounds like a faulty spindle. this is the part that spins your cd for the laser to read. if your using a fat ps2 its prolly the spindle. if your using a slim ps2 it could be the laser causing the problem not the spindle. the slim ps2 laser make the spindle work. if the laser isnt working right the cd might not spin or it might not spin fast enough or flat enough.

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Ps2 slim 77004


Problem : Over Heating of your console. try to check the ps2 cooling system. what the FAN/ blower is work?

If not, there is some fuse protection is burn. pls describe your Motherboard types... Hope this be of some help/idea. Pls post back should you need additional information.

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Dec 05, 2007 | Sony PlayStation 2 (PS2) Console

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My PS-2 Slim always show " Please insert Plyastation or Playstation2 Format disc "


see if the cd is NTCS/UC,NTSC/J or PAL and see what is your ps2 designation see at the back you will see if it is NTSC/UC.
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Nov 14, 2007 | Sony PlayStation 2 Slimline Console

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Clean the lens of ps2 slim line


since it is slim type ps2 get a cotton buds and wipe the lens gently and smoothly.

Oct 19, 2007 | Sony PlayStation 2 Slimline Console

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PS2 Makes Sounds and Keeps Pausing Games


Hi Ebridges2,

 

The Game your playing is probably a Blue colored media.  That is ones that spin so fast.  You console has become dusty and loaded with lint probably.  You can open the case and clean up the insides. Also while your in there, remove the ocver and polish up the lasers lens.  This will probably get you back in business. If you do nto have success, contact me at Repairtech@ playstationclinic.com   I run The Playstation Clinic at www.playstationclinic.com  If you have a Slim Model it will cost more than the big model to repair.  The slim model is $41 full refurbish including return shipping inside the USA.  The big Fat PS2 Versions are $36 including return shipping.

Oct 14, 2007 | Sony PlayStation 2 (PS2) Console

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