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Blue Screen Popping Up Occasionally When Using Front Inputs

When I use my PS2 with the front/side inputs, and I'm watching a DVD, it'll occasionally go to a blue screen in the middle of the movie/episode but the .sound will remain

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  • dterminal5 Mar 01, 2008

    well, thing is, my friend has the same problem with his RCA and we both live on campus and i dont think they'll let use solder stuff on campus plus, im not too comfortable cracking open my tv

    any other suggestions perhaps?

  • Anonymous May 07, 2008

    when i'm watching movies my screen will turn blank...well blue and I'm having a hard time finishing movies

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Dterminal5-You could hooh up a vcr to your cable input and run your game or dvd trough it,or they also make a unit that will allow you to hook rca cables to your cable input( R.F connector). try this it is probably your only option without repair. cooltek Mar,4/08

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Dterminal5 - It sounds to me like the rca inputs are cracked on the pc board, I don't know if you are technical or not ,but it is an easy solder job to fix. Try this and let me know how you make out. cooltek Feb.29/08

Posted on Feb 29, 2008

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