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Help please my ps2 keeps blowing fuses why what is wrong with it

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  • babypitt73 Jul 14, 2008

    yea it does what could be wrong

  • babypitt73 Jul 14, 2008

    am sorry i worded that wrong the fuse n side myplay station 2 keeps blowing when i turn it on

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    victoria bennett May 11, 2010

    does it pop the fuse when you turn it on or when you plug it in?

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The problem is in the actual power supply itself. You need to replace it.

Go Here:
http://www.richspsxparts.com/version.html

Follow the instructions and see which version you have and order a new one. If you have already changed the fuse then you should know how to access this by now. Just intall the new one and you'll be fine

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Only reason i could figure out why it would be blowing fuses is that the circut you have your ps2 on is drawing to much power and the fuse can not handle thepower output see what you have plug in to that fuse look around your house see what eles turn off when the fuse blows and try to unplug one or more of them when you turn on your ps2

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    victoria bennett Jul 15, 2008

    the only reason the fuse inside the ps2 would blow would be a power serge or the plug your plugging it into is faulty change out the outlet in the wall best thing i can tell you this should work

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