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Ps2 my ps2 light (green and blue) wont turn on when i turn my ps2 on and when i open it i found out a sliver strip next to the tray has been removed from a chip i know which chip it was but how do i put it back on and where

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  • n killer60 Aug 21, 2007

    ya but where do i put it back in like under it or where

  • n killer60 Aug 21, 2007

    yhea but where do i put it in at?



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U need to get some pliers and put it back in...i had this same problem before

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