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Controllers all my controllers & cables are ok but still can not use my controllers i think it could be the ports. what would be the problem there. disc work fine up until beginning of game when says insert controllers. cheers

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Try replacing the controller ribbon inside the PS2, as it may be corroded, or other-wise damaged. This usually occurs after taking apart the console, and if this be the problem, is easy and cheap to fix.

Posted on Sep 18, 2007

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I would say either give the controlers to a specialist to take it apart or buy new controlers because mabye somthing inside is bugging up the controlers recive port

Posted on Sep 09, 2007

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