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Putting ps2 back together

I have taken ps2 apart and mostly put it back together, but i have this one metal piece with a hole through it , like a metal plate not sure but think it connect somewher near the reset and start button.

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    put it back together in less then 30 minits

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If its a thin squar peice it gose on the side of the cover

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Go to http://www.richspsxparts.com for dissasemby and reassembly instructions

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