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For me it sounds like the TV treats the incomming signal as a SVHS signal. I have had the same problem with a SEGA dreamcast back in the days. In my case it was a quite simple setting in one of the TV menus.
Try different video inputs. (and SCART adapters) This is also is a important step. Some older TV's doesn't have SVHS support at some of the SCART inputs, and in your case that will be a good thing. But as you said, you maybe already have tried this.
Don't know if this was any help for you but i wish you good luck! (Because PS2 is still really fun playing)
On some LCD TV there is a filter for image correction, look in the TV menu and try to turn off this filter if available, also there might be a setting for full screen (stretch) and so on, play around with that.