Question about Sony PlayStation 2 (PS2) Console
On older models, you can see the rubber footing of your console most probaly a square, four rubber and two plastic on the middle. under that footing is the screws of your console. try lifting the rubber footing, the rest is common.
the grinding sound is sliding rod lens, going back and forth trying to read data on your most probably defected disc.
Posted on Oct 31, 2007
I SAW A SOLUTION TO THIS KIND OF THING A LITTLE WHILE AGO!!! search 'i dropped my playstation 2' on google and itll be the first or second link. :D
Posted on Oct 21, 2007
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That model number doesn't ring a bell. Is that right? Is it foreign?
Chances are the coupler and/or turntable support will be damaged or warped.
Also on some brands, the "packing" (often a rubber grommet) must be replaced.
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