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My ps2 doesnt show anything on screen!!

I had a problem on soldering point on a v4 motherboard and my ps2 didnt show anything on screen, but it did turn on. So I changed the motherboard for one exactly the same as the other one, but without chip and workin, and the problem continued!! The ps2 does turn on, you can hear the fan, and the disc tray can be opened and closed, but it doesnt show anything at screen, not even the playstation screen. Whats wrong?!

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  • richi23gr Aug 05, 2008

    what spare parts should I try looking for to fix the problem?? What are the parts involved to try them out??

  • pmc3 Dec 28, 2008

    my screen doesn't come on on ps2

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