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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:
Brand new power supply for $16.95 and usually ships the next day. Something like this you would have no chance of damaging your unit.
Check the power supply.Use a multimeter if you have any voltage coming out from the power supply.
If the power supply is good Check the main fuse on the motherboard.There is a white ceramic fuse on the motherboard and sometimes get Bad.
hello this is a problem for a tech to look at..your other bet is to look on ebay.and buy a second hand non working ps2 that turns on..you will have to make sure you get the same model as yours as some power supplies are different.