Question about Video Game Consoles & Games
Sounds like an internal problem most likely with the wires connected to the video cord slot on the back of the PS2. you'd have to have someone open it up and make sure everything is connected properly
Posted on Oct 24, 2009
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The Game your playing is probably a Blue colored media. That is ones that spin so fast. You console has become dusty and loaded with lint probably. You can open the case and clean up the insides. Also while your in there, remove the ocver and polish up the lasers lens. This will probably get you back in business. If you do nto have success, contact me at Repairtech@ playstationclinic.com I run The Playstation Clinic at www.playstationclinic.com If you have a Slim Model it will cost more than the big model to repair. The slim model is $41 full refurbish including return shipping inside the USA. The big Fat PS2 Versions are $36 including return shipping.
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