I have got new PS2 but some time i get spike video. But it disppeared when in tries to power up again with tigtning the cables or some time just get the DVD out and place it again. Is there anyway this problem can be solved?
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First off make sure connected good..on ps3 and TV..turn off then on again..if still no video..try while its on ..unplug cable u have ..on ps3 then reconnect..could be bad cable..if still nothing..turn off ps3..turn onps3hold down power till cuts off..then turnon and keep holding down button ..llisten for two beeps..then release ..it will come to a screen say plug in USB controller .then pick third option ..that should help..if not bad cable..and in display settings.. make sure u let it decide.hit automatic for display..it will pick for you r TV.. ..k
First I know this sounds silly but try turning your TV off then back on again with the PS2 connected.
If that doesn't work try this
first go to your tv settings then go to video/visual/ and then change PAL to NTSC OR NTSC to PAL OR select AUTO
And if that doesnt work, the final solution is to find the switch that is on your AV cable that connects your PS2 to your TV, switch it from Video to Game (I think) Hope one of these solutions work Thanks
Without specifics its hard to say what the precise problem is so ill give you a list
ok the power adapter for mine which i've had since it was released has an input of 120v as 50hz 15w and an output of 10v DC 0.85 A if its not outputting that that may be the cause so get a new cord
Make Sure you plugged in everything correctly and power spike is on if using one (better safe then sorry)
Its HIGHLY possible that who ever sold it to use ripped you off and you have a broken Genesis
It was a fuse in the power supply unit. my unit was different than everyone else so it was tough desiding just what the fuse was. it was a grey cylinder shaped like a fuse alright....but wasnt in the normal fuse slot. after much searching and looking at the different images of other units........I just said well , if it looks like a fuse......I checked it for contanuity with a test light and a small milli amp charger....no currnent.
I hopped it with a jumper wire....plugged it in....Its alive !!!!!
I have a similar problem. My two year old Spike only works for about 1 second after startup, then shuts down with the two pairs of lights nearest his head blinking a few times. I replaced the batteries (main and remote) with no improvement. Called tech and they said the blinking lights indicated a "motor stall" and that I should shake him to reset a position switch. I did that and now he works for 3-5 seconds then shuts off.
Wow.... Never heard this one before....... I would try using your ps2 with different audio-video cables (maybe just from a friends ps2) If the other cables work than all you have to do is go to your nearest playstation supplier and get new audio-video cables for your ps2. (Walmart Usually sells them)
hello klawyer, I Think It would be a good Idea To Try and get a new power cable, but Also you should check for signs eg. If its oldish, Has the plug pard got a bit rusty, is it the wrong cable?. If none of this work, try going to your local Video Game Shop, I Recomend Game and tell them your problem.