Question about Sony PlayStation 2 (PS2) Console
Try cleaning the unit. this is the most common problem among gaming consoles. use Canned air and/or a lint free cloth damp with diluted (10%) isoprophyl alchohol to clean the unit. ensure it's unplugged while doing the cleaning and completely dry before plugging it back in.
This should help with the problem (unlike your original nintendo, just blowing in the cartridge / systm just doesn't cut the mustard anymore).
another possible issue could be the condition of your discs (scratched or damaged discs). you may be able to find a repair kit of some sort in your local electronics / gaming store or maybe online.
Posted on Jul 01, 2008
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