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I have a PS2 controller that's wires are all tangled up at the controller part. can you help me?its black

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My sony ps2 have black and white output to tv


hey it is due to the model of your ps2 and your game is PAL and your TV is NTSC or the other way then it would give you black and white screen.the model of ps2 is written on its back side if both your tv set and game and ps2 are pal then there might be a problem with your ps2 av cable or ps2 itself

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THE VIBRATION OF MY PS2 IS NOT WORKING. HOW CAN I LOCATE THE PROBLEM AND SOLVE?


If your ps2 controllers aren't vibrating anymore then this could be the fix that you were waiting for.

WARNING: Make sure that 1) Its not your controller that is broken, test it in a machine that does have vibration. 2) Make sure that the vibration option is turned ON in your games

If you are sure that your controllers aren't broken, then you may have blown a fuse inside your ps2 on your mainboard.

To fix it you have to remove a blown fuse from the ps2 mainboard and either put a new fuse there or replace it with a piece of single strand wire. The point is fairly small so you need a fine tip soldering iron and a single strand of wire. It may be best to get someone who is good at soldering to do this fix for you:

I take no responsibility for anyone breaking their ps2 when performing this fix. All I know is that i've done it and it worked a treat!

You will need;

1) A fine tip soldering iron and some thin solder.
2) A single strand piece of wire, something thin like kynar or enameled wire.
3) A game with vibration function to test the ps2 afterwards.
4) A controller that works with vibration.

Between the power supply connector and the PS9 fuse there is a small black square with 2 silver prongs on the left hand side. This featured on my mainboard as well, and I was able to locate the correct / broken fuse using a multimeter. Look for a fuse with S7 on the top near here, and check for continuity, If there is none then thats the one! One last thing before it goes into full detail;

Check the track between the black square with the silver prongs and the broken fuse, if its on the same track then you can attatch one end of the wire to that prong that is on the same track, and the other side to the end of the fuse opposite of the black square with silver prongs *

This will take bout 10 mins to do - start to finish.

Below tells you how to do it



Below is a description on where and what to look for i.e. the fuse, and how to repair it.

1. I have a V5 PS2

2. Take the PS2 apart.

3. Remove the Power Supply motherboard.

4. After removing the Power Supply Board, you will need to remove the metal shroud and expose the entire PS2 Motherboard.

5. Once you have done this look around the connector for the Power supply board on the PS2 mother board. You will see a number (maybe around 4 of them all located within 2 inches of the Power supply connector) of fuses with "S7" written on it.

6. The one you are looking for has the text "PS9" written on the motherboard next to it.

7. Check it with a multi-meter, for continuity, there will none. If you are not sure, you can check all of them, when the buzzing on multi-meter stops, that's the one.

8. To repair it, use a strand of wire, possibly from an old extension cable or something, but only one strand. Solder it on both sides of the fuse in order to close the connection.

9. Reassemble the PS2.

10. Boot up and play your game, vibration is back.

Hope This Helps

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Need help seeing were the uncovered wire go in my ps2 black controller


Not sure what wire your talking about, but i have included a picture of the wires within a ps2 controller. Hope it helps you.ff3fb1a.jpg

Jun 21, 2010 | Sony PS2 Dual Shock 2 Controller...

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Ps2 dual shock black controllers are not recognized?


1.) i think u r controller pin is bend are broken

2.) or controller wire is cut

its better 2 buy a new controller

peace out >>>>>

Jul 26, 2009 | Sony PS2 Dual Shock 2 Controller...

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I want to splice a ps2 contoller with an xbox plug, so i can play my xbox with the comfort of my ps2 controller. but my ps2 controller has 8 wires and xbox only has 5 wires, so i need to get a wiring...


As far i know, that is not possible to splice a PS2 controller with an XBOX. As you said they have different wiring sets, so I highly doubt it will work.

Mar 10, 2009 | Sony PS2 Dual Shock 2 Controller...

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PS2 black console does not communicate with controllers


Sounds like you have wireless Controllers. Be sure your batteries are good on the Controller and the controller is turned on, LED should light. Plug the receiver into the controller jack, and it should light up at least one LED. If you have channel number selector, set it to the same number on the controllers, channel selector.

If old wired controllers will work, then you have dud wireless controllers. I know that cheap poor quality wireless controllers exist out there. You may have a dud. I also know that sometimessomething kills the controller ports on the PS2. The only way to know is to hook a wired controller you know works into the port to see if the port is good or bad.

Jan 31, 2009 | Sony PlayStation 2 (PS2) Console

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My ps2 isnt getting on line....what can i do?


if you are not using a 10 base T or 100 base TX chord you wont be able to get online, buy one from Walmart or Target or somewhere for like 10 $ depending on the length. Just ask for a chord to get online. Most likely the end of the chord where you plug it in is bent or tangled ( wires ) or you are using the wrong chord.

Dec 24, 2008 | Sony PlayStation 2 (PS2) Console

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PS2 Controller Wiring Diagram


heres the diagram

http://www.curiousinventor.com/guides/ps2

Dec 09, 2007 | Sony PS2 Dual Shock 2 Controller...

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PS2 controller


1. red 2. black 3. green 4. brown 5. orange 6. yellow 7. blue 8. grey 9. purple

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