Question about Sony PlayStation 2 Slimline Console
Just bought a 7000 Series PS2 on saturday and mixed up its power cable with my laptop's today. My laptop uses 18-20 volts and the PS2 uses 8.5. Now the disc won't spin and the laser won't move. Did I fry it beyond repair? What's a repair like that cost?
There wasn't any popping or smoke or anything when my wife plugged in the wrong cord and turned it on. It would read the memory cards with the wrong plug in, but like I said - discs won't spin and laser won't move. Switching back to the correct power cord didn't help either.
Fried like bacon is about all I can say.
Thats alot of volts going through something like that.
Not sure what a 7000 series costs,
but hopefully you have warrenty to cover it.
Just between you and me, dont tell them you messed up the cord.
Posted on Dec 29, 2007
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