I am using Jam for the last 3 years. its cover is full of scratches. I just bought a gray cover throught eBay. They asnt me the tool with it to replace it, but I don't know how.. Can you explain to me step by step how to replace the cover
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had the same problem since New Year. Bought a replacement battery from eBay last week and now its back to normal. What ruined my last battery was using an in-car charger. Only ever use the wall charger, and discharge the battery completely at least once a month to keep in good condition.
Try to send it back to the seller. The original Playstation (or PS1) is pretty old - like over 10 years old. That's a long time for a video game console to last; especially it it ever got used alot. I hope that you did not pay much for it. I personally wouldn't buy anything that old unless I had alot of PS1 games laying around that I loved to play. If you can't return your PS1 for a refund, then I would suggest buying a PS2; if you're not in the market for a PS3. There are tons of games out for the PS2 and they still occasionally make new games for the PS2. You can find new or used PS2 consoles at Game Stop, Walmart, Meijer, eBay, & etc.
I have used clear plastic sheets and silicon tire dressing for smaller problems like this, but no idea how well it would work with a large screen TV. The westleys silicon tire shine smooths out the scratches, and you place the clear plastic sheet on top of that and work out any bubbles then tape the ends. It pretty much changes a standard screen into a glossy screen with the added benefit that you can always replace the sheet if it is damaged. I usually get my clear plastic sheets packaged with the new LCD screens I purchase for repairs and I just keep them in storage.
I have found that copied dvd's don't always work properly and even the slightest blemish or scratch renders it inop also it is illegal to sell a copied disc as it infringes copyright, I understand that the genuine disc's are expensive but you get what you pay for.