Question about Sony PlayStation 2 (PS2) Console
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It looks as if your PS2 has died. I'm sorry to say, but since the firmware boots and it's just the disc error message, it lokos like a hardware error that is likely irreparable. This is the best "solution" i can give! please dont blame me! Just trying to help... but you can find great used ones for cheap now. Good Luck!
Posted on Jul 26, 2007
SOURCE: ps2 slimline disc reading error
HI Heytev, Three things. Ok now that you see the reasons, it is more likely you need a new laser. go to Ebay and buy you one. They are fairly simple to change. Call or email me when you get a New laser. My information is at www.playstationclinic.com Hope this helps you.
Ok now that you see the reasons, it is more likely you need a new laser. go to Ebay and buy you one. They are fairly simple to change. Call or email me when you get a New laser. My information is at www.playstationclinic.com Hope this helps you.
Posted on Oct 23, 2007
SOURCE: ps2 not reading disc.
First you need to define what it IS and IS NOT reading. You'll need to run some tests.
Test 1: use a regular music CD (NON BURNED) (RETAIL) disk and put that into your ps2 and see if it starts playing it.
Test 2: insert a regular DVD (NON BURNED) (RETAIL) disk and try to play that.
If neither will play then it is one of two things. Your laser lens is out of alignment, or your laser lens is damaged.
If one plays but not the other, it is the potentiometer pots on the back of the PS2 lens that need adjusting. You can read more about that on one of my other posts ::.HERE.::
Posted on Oct 16, 2008
some do tjis it s a system defalut if it has trouble loading the disc dont worry though as long as it loads the games
Posted on Dec 15, 2008
I just looked at a friend's PS2. Same story, tripped over cord, unit fell to floor. Unit powers up and sys. config. screen comes on but the drive didn't seem to be spinning up. Opened the case and found that the shaft of the drive motor for the laser tray had popped out of it's centering retainer ( little black bushing/holder). With the top off the unit, looking at the unit from the front, on the right side in the rear corner you'll see the motor. The worm shaft (bronze colored rod) runs towards the front of the unit. Where it ends it should sit centered in a black plastic holder, if it's off to the side a little pressure will pop it back in. Put the cover back on, and power it up, you should hear the drive spinning up. If it does you should be set. Hope this helps.
Posted on Jun 02, 2009
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