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Ps2 is not working.

Power supply of my ps2 is not working.

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Re: ps2 is not working.

Check the fuse in power supply of your PS2 and will you please mention the model no: of your PS2 so you will get the best solution for it.

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Picking a replacement power supply is tricky if you don't know the process, and the exact specs of the supply you are trying to replace. You would be much better off just buying one listed for your model PS2, like this one:

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