Question about Sony PlayStation 2 Slimline Console
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You mean A/V ( Audio /Visual)cables. This could be several things. Motherboard bad. A/V Socket on back of Slim has a bad connection to the motherboard. Try it on another TV, you may have a bad input on the TV. You selected the wrong input on the TV. The channel is not set properly on the TV.
The first two can be repaired by a Technician that knows about Playstation Repair and has plenty of Current experince.I run the website www.playstationclinic.com, and will charge up to $51 to repair this, if it is related to the first two possible problems.
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