I'm not sure what wires you mean, but Radio Shack, or similar store, should have anything you need, or at least the means to splice longer wire into the existing line. If you mean these: http://www.gshop.com.au/images/ide_133_cable.jpg Then, yes, they sell all kinds of them. It's called an IDE cable.
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replace the video jack on the av cord , you can use one from a regular av cord, just splice the two wires inside and match the colors. the two small wires cannto touch inside you should use a yellow cors to make sure the two inside wires are the same as your playstaions yellow cord.
The eye in the tray might be scratched or damaged. This happens with age and the way the Playstation has been setting as well. It is more likely to wear out faster when it is standing upright. Try to play a movie or a game with the playstation in the horizontal way. If not the eye could possibly be damaged beyond repair.
In order to play copied games, you will first have to mod your PS2. To avoid piracy, much of the necessary info on the original disc will be omitted during the copy phase. When you "mod" or put in a new chip, The PS2 can now bi-pass this info and continue to the game. Regardless of the type of PS2 you have, you must put in a mod chip to read back-ups.
maybe an overheating problem...is it still under warranty? tapping it is probably making the contact "touch" again but at at the same time, the laser has a higher probability of getting damaged from movement...unless you can get inside the PS2 and see what is going on, I suggest scrapping it and getting a new one...
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i had the same problem with mine it's just that you playstaion is broke you need to have a new one i know why don't you ask for one like i did thing about it somthing good comes out of it you get to have a new playstaion