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PS2 Slim Drive not working

Hi I have a V.12 (SCPH 70004) slimline PS2. The drive is not working i.e. the laser does not move to position when imitating a CD in the drive and the motor is not spinning. There is power to the rest of the PS2. The power LED and fan is running. I tried the following already:
a) Replaced the complete laser cradle - no joy.
b) Bridged the lid sensor at the back.
c) Replaced the power switch.
d) Tested all fuses - in order.
e) Checked for loose connections on the ribbon cable housings.

I would like to solve the problem myself. Any help will be appreciated.

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if the laser is moved to the middle of the area and when you first turn it on it doesn't go back to starting possession's then some thing is wrong with the motor drive more than not it's likely you have a crack in the board.

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