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hmjobsrvcewe 3:36am on Friday, October 15th, 2010 
as a heads up for some of u people looking to rent/buy this game just understand this, the game is just a fighting game that might be fine for some.
domingos 8:12am on Monday, September 27th, 2010 
I have this game and from the very start you can tell its going to be a very high quality experience. Tekken 5 is the fifth installment in the tekken series (excluding tekken tag tournament) , and has been dubbed as the "best beat em up of all time.
ohnoplus 9:06pm on Saturday, August 14th, 2010 
Yeah this game is real clean and so is the stories.I started out on tekken 2 and every since then,it took off.But you know what chall should do?
Dood 8:57am on Friday, June 18th, 2010 
Lets say that the tekken 4 was a bit flop but let me not capitalize on that why? My heart favorite Fighting game Tekken 5. This Game is release in 2005 and I play this game in Sony Play Station 2.
McMorton 3:53am on Thursday, June 17th, 2010 
Overall, i think it is the best PS2 fighting ...  customizable characters, more characters than tekken 4, many modes to play.
imothers 10:22pm on Sunday, June 6th, 2010 
One of the greatest PS2 games ever. Having owned Tekken 2 and 3 in the past, I decided to give this a try. Just short of the perfect game... Best Tekken in my opinion, partly because it includes the arcade versions of tekken 1, 2 and 3!
mobiusnu 4:27am on Thursday, March 11th, 2010 
I really liked it; the improved graphics, the range of play modes, etc. I liked that you could customize the characters too. great classic been a few years since i played it made me feel young again teken 5 has super duper graphics and the fighting skill on the people it is so cool.plus there are people you have never sore.like .........

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SERVICE MANUAL PLAYSTATION 2

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PlayStation2
SCPH-30000 SCPH-35000 SCPH-30000R SCPH-39000 SCPH-50000/50000SS

SERVICE MANUAL Level-1

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PlayStation2 Level-1 Service & Procedures Manual / Version 4.0 22

Sept 2003

READ THIS DOCUMNENT IN CONJUCTION WITH THE LATEST SERVICE GUIDELINES ISSUED BY SEC

SPECIFICATIONS

General Power requirements 220-240 V AC, 50/60 Hz for SCPH-30002D/-30003D/-300004D -35002/-350003/-350004 Power consumption 50W for SCPH-30002D/-30003D/-300004D -35002/-350003/-350004 Dimensions 301 x 78 x 182 mm (w/h/d) Mass 2.4 kg Inputs/Outputs on the front Controller ports (2) Memory Card slots (2) USB ports (2) S400 (I-Link) port (1) Inputs/Outputs on the rear HDD by slot (1) Outputs on the rear AV Multi out port (1) RGB, Ycbcr, Y/C, Composite-video, Audio-L/R, XGA Digital out port (1) Optical audio Supplied accessories AC power cord (1) Euro-AV connector (1) for SCPH-30003/4 & 35003/4 SCPH-30003/4 R & SCPH-39003/4 SCPH-50003/4 & SCPH-50003/4SS A/V connecting cable (1) Dualshock2 Analog controller (1) DISC (GT3) for SCPH-35002/-350003/-350004

TABLE OF CONTENTS

SCPH-30000 series and SCPH-35000 series GH013 (31/41) MOUNT on board
SAFETY-RELATED COMPONENT WARNING GENERAL INFORMATION 1. SERVICE NOTE/CONDITIONS Conditions Fault Information & FAQ Inner Carton Reorder 2. WARRANTY Service Warranty Reimbursement 3. APPLICABLE MODELS 4. LEVEL -1 SERVICE SPECIFICATION 5. SPARE PARTS REORDERS 6. WARRANTY SEAL CONTROL 7. REPORTING (WARRANTY DATA ENTRY) 8. REMOVAL OF STUCK DISC 9. REPAIR PARTS LIST Exploded Views SCPH-30002/30003/30004 Overall and Main Block MD Block Switch Block

5-7-21

(C, C)
SCPH-30002/30003/30004 (D, D) Overall and Main Block MD Block GB-003/GB-004 and Place Assy Block Fan and Rear Panel Switch Block SCPH-30002R/30003R/30004R (F) Overall and Main Block MD Block Switch Assy Block Power Switch, Fan and Rear Panel SCPH-39002/39003/39004/39008 (G) Overall and Main Block MD Block Switch Assy Block Power Switch, Fan and Rear Panel SCPH-50002/3/4/8 & 50002/3/4S S (H) Overall and Main Block MD Block Boards Section PS2 Peripherals 10. QUALITY CONTROL TEST
SAFETY-RELATED COMPONENT WARNING Components identified by mark and in the parts list are critical to safe operation. these components with Sony parts whose part numbers appear as shown in this manual.

Replace

SAFETY-RELATED COMPONENT WARNING!!. COMPONENTS IDENTIFIED BY MARK OR DOTTED LINE WITH MARK ON THE SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS AND IN THE PARTS LIST ARE CRITICAL TO SAFE OPERATION. REPLACE THESE COMPONENTS WITH SONY PARTS WHOSE PART NUMBERS APPEAR AS SHOWN IN THIS MANUAL OR IN SUPPLEMENTS PUBLISHED BY SONY. IMPORTANT_ SONY COMPUTER ENTERTAINMENT DEMANDS THAT AT NO TIME SHOULD A MOTHERBOARD BE EXCHANGED FROM ONE CONSOLE TO ANOTHER. NO MCB PARTS ARE INCLUDED ON LEVEL-1 REPAIR. IMPORTANT_ Do NOT touch any PlayStation2 parts not listed on this manual. CAUTION_ Replace the battery with a Sony CR2032 battery. Use of any other type of battery may present the risk of fire or explosion. The battery may explode if mistreated. Do not recharge, disassemble, or dispose of in fire. CAUTION_ The use of optical instruments with this product will increase eye Hazard. As the laser beam used in this CD/DVD player is harmful to eyes, do not attempt to disassemble the cabinet. Refer servicing to qualified personnel only. WARNING!!. WHEN SERVICING, DO NOT APPROACH THE LASER EXIT WITH THE EYE TOO CLOSELY. IN CASE IT IS NECESSARY TO CONFIRM LASER BEAM EMISSION, BE SURE TO OBSERVE FROM A DISTANCE OF MORE THAN 25cm FROM THE SURFACE OF THE OBJECTIVE LENS ON THE OPTICAL PICK-UP BLOCK. CAUTION_ Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure. CAUTION for electric shock. When power is ON, Dont touch to Power supply block, AC-inlet, Power switch and so on, not to get an electric shock at repair. CAUTION for burning. When current is supplied, Some of part surface temperature like EE, GS, Regulater-IC, power supply, Optical device and so on. These part surface is become high temperature condition. When it repair, dont touch them at a time during it surface is high temperature condition to take prevent against burning. Do repair after it is cooled down enough.
CAUTION_ Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. Replace only with the same or equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer. Discard used batteries according to the manufacturers instructions.
SAFETY CHECK-OUT. After correcting the original service problem, perform the following safety checks before releasing the set to the customer: 1. Check the area of your repair for unsoldered or cold-soldered connections. Check the entire board surface for solder splashes and bridges. 2. Check the inter board wiring to ensure that no wires are pinched or contact high-wattage resistors. 3. Look for unauthorized replacement parts, particularly transistors, that were installed during a previous repair. Point them out to the customer and recommend their replacement. 4. Look for parts, which, though functioning, show obvious signs of deterioration. Point them out of the customer and recommend their replacement. 5. Check the line cord for cracks and abrasion. Recommend the replacement of any such line cord to the customer. 6. Check the b+ voltage to see it is at the values specified. 7. Check the antenna terminals, metal trim, metalized knobs, screws, and all other exposed metal parts for ac leakage. NOTIFICATION for environmental assessment. This model is CR2032 lithium battery onboard inside on the GD MOUNT as Timer backup power. CR2032 life may be about 5 to 8 years so you have very few need for changing to new one. But if you have necessary to replaced to new one or disassemble for scrapping, you have to keep your country low, regulation, standard, etc. of environmental assessment and safety.

NOTE: Some of the above safety text is NOT applicable to Level-1 Repairs
GENERAL INFORMATION NOTICE: Copyright by Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. All rights reserved. No reproduced and transferred required except permission by Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. No commercial use and rental required. REVISIONS: This manual compiled by first edition of SCPH-30000 series and SCPH-35000 series design data. Design and Specification will be subject to changed without notice. The latest versions of service manual, Technical memo, and Technical information should be used together. 1. SERVICE NOTE/CONDITIONS Level-1 service is only allowed by Sony Service Centres (SSC) or dedicated Authorised Service Centre (ASC) note1. Other type of repair still has to be carried out by SEC-ROE as appropriate jigs or tools are not available to SSC/ASC note1. 1.1. Conditions SSC and ASC note1 can only perform PlayStation2 Level -1 repair as described in this manual; It is strictly prohibited to perform any Level-2 and/or Level-3 repairs on PlayStation2 units; Level-2 repairs must only be performed by SECROE (or SSC/ASC authorised by SCEE) Level-3 repairs must only be performed by SEC-ROE; Any PlayStation2 unit submitted to any kind of abuse repair will never be classified as in warranty; Units sent to SEC-ROE for Level-2 and/or Level-3 repair that shows any evidence of abuse 2 will not be compensated; SSCs and ASCs note1 must have an appropriate Warranty Seal Control procedure covering the following areas: inventory control, process, audit trail and replenishment of stock (please refer to paragraph six in this manual for more details). Fault Information & FAQ Sony Computer Entertainment Europe (SCEE) will provide Fault Information and Frequent Asked Questions through the Technical Service Extranet site (http://tech.scee.net/tech.nsf). This is a secured site and can only be accessed by personnel authorised by SCEE (please contact SCEE if you require access to this system). Inner Carton re-order In the case of defective units arriving at SSC or ASC note1 without the original inner carton: SCEE will make brown inner cartons available to order by SOSA Central Warehouse. For more information contact SOSA Central Office. Brown inner cartons can be used for returning consoles repaired locally and as a transportation box to SEC-ROE. any units missing original components, having additional components (e.g. modifying chips) and/or physical liquid damage.

Abuse:

WARRANTY Service Warranty The warranty on Level-1 repaired PlayStation2 should be set to 90 days. eligible to free of charge re -repair within the 90 days warranty.

Repaired units are

I/W Reimbursement system In case service is carried out in -warranty, please proceed for compensation according to the standard Warranty Reimbursement rules, outlined in the SEC -ROE Warranty Rulebook. 3. APPLICABLE MODELS This Level-1 Service Manual is applicable to the following PlayStation2 models: - SCPH-30002 /SCPH-30003 /SCPH-30004 (C) - SCPH-30002 /SCPH-30003 /SCPH-30004 (D) - SCPH-35002 /SCPH-35003 /SCPH-35004 (D) - SCPH-30002R/SCPH -30003R/SCPH-30004R (F) - SCPH-39002 /SCPH-39003 /SCPH-39004/SCPH39008 (G) - SCPH-50002/3/4/8 & SCPH-50002/3/4 SS (H) LEVEL-1 SERVICE SPECIFICATION Definition Level-1 service is only allowed by SSC or dedicated ASC note1 and specified as follows: Cosmetic and easy repairs using level-1 spare parts mentioned in this manual; Replacement of dedicated parts, such as power supply module, terminal board, etc. (please refer to this manual for a full list of dedicated parts); Adjustment of mechanical parts (NOT on optical block); Removal of stuck disk; No Problem Found (NPF).
SPARE PARTS REORDERS SSC and ASC note1 are only authorised to order spare parts listed in this manual. Spare parts should be ordered through existing WRPCE system/procedures. For more information on parts reorders, please refer to SEC -ROE guidelines/procedures. Where no SSC isCONTROL WARRANTY SEAL present in the country Repairs must be controlled by the use of Warranty Seals (Part Number: 3-066-498-01, Tape/Void). Warranty Seals must be strictly controlled. All countries wishing to perform Level-1 repair on PlayStation2, as described in this manual, must submit appropriate Warranty Seal Control procedures covering the following areas: inventory control, process, audit trail and replenishment of stock. To ensure that Warranty Seals are controlled properly, each SSC and ASC note1 must have a nominated member of staff who is responsible for these parts. They should carry out the following functions: Confirm that the service centre inventory accurately represents the true stock level when reported to SCEE; To report promptly any loss due to damage, theft, defective application or unforeseen incident; This person will also be responsible for the periodic reporting to SCEE, and should maintain the local audit files to be examined by SCEE as part of a stock inventory audit. SSC and ACS note1 must re-seal all PlayStation2 units that could not be repaired locally (Level-1 repair) before shipping the unit to SEC-ROE for Level-2/Level -3 repair. Reimbursement will not be granted for PlayStation2 units arriving at SEC-ROE without warranty seal (even if in-warranty).

Note 1

REPORTING SCEE must obtain Level-1 repair information from all countries performing Level-1 repairs locally. Monthly reports will be extracted from ESQI-line, however it is imperative that PlayStation2 is reported on a model type basis (e.g. C-model, D-model, etc). Information must be entered in the ESQI-line in the following format: Example: Console SCPH-30004 type D = SCPH-30004D Console SCPH-30004R type D = SCPH-30004RD How to identify model type: All Engineers should be able to identify consoles by Model type (e.g. "C","D","F","G"), if not, model type can be identified on the number plate on the right bottom left hand corner next to a number with the following format: "3 -070-933-01 D" (this last digit refers to the model typ e)

REMOVAL OF STUCK DISC

IMPORTANT NOTE: PlayStation2 unit must always be handled in ESD -safe conditions: Workbench with anti-ESD mat, connected to earth Technician should wear wrist/ankle strap, connected to any-ESD-mat
In the case, both, power and loading mechanism are active: Connect the PlayStation2 unit to the power and switch the unit on at the back. When the red LED at the front side is blinking, push this button and the unit will switch one. Disc can be removed by pushing the eject button. In case power or loading mechanism is not active:
1. Remove tape void at backside of the unit. - 5 Where no SSC is present in the country
2. Remove HDD Bay lid at the backside of the unit.
3. Remove all the caps and screws of the bottom cabinet very carefully (avoid physical/cosmetic damage on cabinets)
4. Remove the two long screws on the upper cabinet carefully
5. Remove the caps of the upper cabinet carefully
6. Remove the screws of the upper cabinet
7. Disconnect the power switch from the upper cabinet
8. Remove the 4 screws of the MD -block
9. Lift the pulley bracket assy and remove the software
REPAIR PARTS LIST/EXPLODED VIEWS
Main parts/assembles, which are used by Level-1 centres: All cosmetics, fan, power supply, ribbon cables, controller port connector and various mechanical components. The mechanical parts with reference on the exploded view (below) with a respective part number on the spare parts list are supplied to level-1 repair centres. The mechanical parts with reference on the exploded view (below) but without a respective part number on the spare parts list are not supplied to level-1 repair centres. - 6 -
REPAIR PARTS LIST EXPLODED VIEWS SCPH-30002/30003/30004 Overall and Main Block

Ref-No. 139 142

Part No. 1-468-565-21 1-528-174-41 1-694-767-11 1-763-480-11 1-771-995-12 1-792-491-21 3-066-489-01 3-059-622-02 3-059-626-03 3-059-627-01 3-325-679-21 X-3951-398-1 X-3951-498-1 X-3951-099-1 1-680-147-11 X-3951-317-1 3-066-498-01 1-757-588-11 1-757-590-11 1-757-589-11

Description Remark POWER BLOCK PS2 BATTERY, LITHIUM OTHER NON -PS2 LITHIUM CR2032 (CR2032 TYPE) TYPE BATTERY MAY BE USED. TERMINAL BOARD (FRONT) DC. FAN SWITCH, POWER (WITH AC INLET) CABLE, FLEXIBLE FLAT (FFC-290) SHIELD (B) SCREW (M3X54), HEAD TAPPING COVER, SCREW CAP SCREW, TAPPING +BV 3X12 COVER ASSY, LOWER COVER ASSY, UPPER PLATE ASSY, ORNAMENTAL PWB, FP-324 FLEXIBLE LID ASSY TAPE, VOID CABLE, FLAT (FFC-308) CABLE, FLAT (FFC-310) CABLE, FLAT (FFC-309) - 7 -
Place code #00 #25GD #17 #74 #00 #12 #16 #87 #22 #22 #87 #87 #87 #87 #12 #87 #87 #12 #12 #25GD
REPAIR PARTS LIST EXPLODED VIEWS SCPH-30002/30003/30004 MD Block
Ref-No. Part No. 31 3-060-400-01 X-3951-154-2 X-3951-153-2 X-3951-156-3 1-680-370-11
Description TAPPING (B2X6.5) BRACKET ASSY, PULLEY TRAY ASSY BOX ASSY, GEAR PWB, FLEXIBLE

Remark

Place code #10 #10 #10TR #10GB #10
REPAIR PARTS LIST EXPLODED VIEWS SCPH-30002/30003/30004

Switch Block

Ref-No. Part No. 3-059-665-03 3-059-666-05 7-685-105-11 A-6712-830-A
Description BUTTON, SWITCH BRACKET, SWITCH TPG +P 2X8, TYPE 2, NON-SLIT SW-355 MOUNT
Place code #25SW #25SW #25SW #25SW
REPAIR PARTS LIST EXPLODED VIEWS SCPH-30000 series and SCPH-35000 series Overall and Main Block for SCPH-30002D/30003D/30004D/35002/35003/35004

(D, D)

Ref-No. 162 BV312 M354 M360
Part No. 1-468-605-11 1-694-676-21 1-694-729-21 1-694-769-31 3-059-626-03 3-059-627-01 3-067-170-01 X-3951-722-1 X-3951-317-1 3-066-498-01 1-757-934-11 1-757-934-21 1-823-341-11 1-823-341-21 1-961-160-21 3-068-675-02 3-069-212-01 3-325-679-21 3-059-622-02 3-069-168-01
Description Remark POWER BLOCK TERMINAL BOARD (FRONT) TERMINAL BOARD (FRONT) TERMINAL BOARD (FRONT) COVER, SCREW CAP TAPE (20X20), HARNESS STOPPER COVER ASSY, LOWER LID ASSY TAPE, VOID CABLE, FLEXIBLE FLAT (FFC-011) CABLE, FLEXIBLE FLAT (FFC-011) CABLE, FLEXIBLE FLAT (FFC-015) CABLE, FLEXIBLE FLAT (FFC-015) HARNESS (HS-059) SHIELD (HDD) TAPE, HARNESS STOPER SCREW, TAPPING +BV 3X12 SCREW (M3X54), HEAD TAPPPING TITE (CZN), M3X6 +BV S - 10 -
Place code #00 #17 #17 #17 #22 #22 #87 #87 #87 #87 #12 #12 #12 #12 #12 #87 #16 #87 #87 #87
REPAIR PARTS LIST EXPLODED VIEWS SCPH-30000 series and SCPH-35000 series MD Block
Ref-No. Part No. 3-060-400-01 X-3951-609-1 X-3951-608-1 1-680-370-12
Description TAPPING (B2X6.5) BRACKET ASSY, PULLEY TRAY ASSY PWB, FLEXIBLE
Place code #10 #10 #10TR #10

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REPAIR PARTS LIST EXPLODED VIEWS SCPH-30000 series and SCPH-35000 series
GB-003/GB-004 and Plate Assy Block
Ref-No. GB003 GB004 GB005 GB006
Part No. 1-528-174-41 1-961-160-21 A-6712-923-A A-6712-984-A A-6712-996-A A-6712-984-A

Description Remark BATTERY, LITHIUM (CR2032 TYPE) HARNESS (HS-059) GB-003 MOUNTUse for combine with GB-004 MOUNTUse for combine with GB-005 MOUNTUse for combine with GB-006 MOUNTUse for combine with
GH010. GH012. GH013. GH014.
Place code #25GB #12 #25GB #25GB #25GB #25GB

Fan and Rear Panel Block

Ref-No. BV312
Part No. 1-763-480-23 1-763-544-22 1-763-756-11 1-771-995-31 1-786-209-21 3-068-676-12 3-325-679-21

Description

Place code #74 #74 #74 #00 #00 #87 #87
DC. FAN FAN, DC FAN, DC SWITCH, POWER (WITH AC INLET) SWITCH, POWER (AC INLET) PANEL, REAR SCREW, TAPPING +BV 3X12 - 12 -

(92) Switch Assy Block

Ref-No. code 52

Part No.

A-6705-338-A A-6705-424-A A-6705-401-A 3-059-665-03 3-059-666-05 3-066-494-01 7-685-105-11
SWITECH BLOCK ASSY Used for combine with GH010. SWITECH BLOCK ASSY Used for combine with GH013. SWITECH BLOCK ASSY Used for combine with GH012/GH014. BUTTON, SWITCH BRACKET, SWITCH BRACKET, SWITCH TPG +P 2X8, TYPE 2, NON-SLIT
#25SW #25SW #25SW #25SW #25SW #25SW #25SW

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Overall and Main Block for SCPH-30002 R(AU3) /-30003 R(CEK) /-30004 R(CEL)

Ref-No.

162 BV312 BV316 M354 M360
1-468-605-11 1-468-605-21 1-528-174-41 1-694-873-11 1-694-874-11 1-694-875-11 3-059-626-03 3-059-627-01 3-067-170-01 X-3951-722-2 X-3951-099-1 3-070-847-11 3-066-498-01 1-757-934-11 1-757-934-21 1-757-934-31 1-823-341-11 1-823-341-21 3-071-971-01 3-071-973-01 3-069-212-01 3-325-679-21 3-325-679-91 3-059-622-02 3-069-168-01
POWER BLOCK for 220-240V AC POWER BLOCK for 220-240V AC BATTERY, LITHIUM (CR2032 TYPE) TERMINAL BOARD (FRONT) TERMINAL BOARD (FRONT) TERMINAL BOARD (FRONT) COVER, SCREW CAP TAPE (20X20), HARNESS STOPPER COVER ASSY, LOWER PLATE ASSY, ORNAMENTAL LID TAPE, VOID CABLE, FLEXIBLE FLAT (FFC-011) CABLE, FLEXIBLE FLAT (FFC-011) CABLE, FLEXIBLE FLAT (FFC-011) CABLE, FLEXIBLE FLAT (FFC-015) CABLE, FLEXIBLE FLAT (FFC-015) SHEET, INSULATING SHIELD HDD (F) TAPE, HARNESS STOPPER SCREW, TAPPING +BV 3X12 TAPPING +BV 3X16 SCREW (M3X54), HEAD TAPPING TITE (CZN), M3X6 +BV S

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#00 #00 #25GH #17 #17 #17 #22 #22 #87 #87 #87 #87 #87 #12 #12 #12 #12 #12 #16 #87 #87 #87 #87 #87 #87
MD Block for SCPH-30002 R(AU3) /-30003 R(CEK) /-30004 R(CEL)
3-060-400-01 X-3952-059-1 X-3952-060-1 1-680-370-21

TAPPING (B2X6.5) BRACKET ASSY, PULLEY TRAY ASSY PWB, FLEXIBLE

#10 #10 #10TR #10

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Switch Assy Block for SCPH-30002 R(AU3) /-30003 R(CEK) /-30004 R(CEL)

Ref-No. 53 53

Part No. 3-059-665-03 3-059-666-05 3-066-494-01 7-685-105-11 A-6715-500-A A-6714-500-A A-6787-465-A A-6787-466-A
Place #25SW #25SW #25SW #25SW #25SW #25SW
BUTTON, SWITCH BRACKET, SWITCH BRACKET, SWITCH TPG +P 2X8, TYPE 2, NON-SLIT sw-367 COMPL SW-367 MOUNT sw-367 COMPL (VA) SW-367 MOUNT (VA)

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Power Switch, Fan and Rear Panel Assy Block for SCPH-30002 R(AU3) /-30003 R(CEK) /-30004 R(CEL)

Ref-No. 159

Description DC.FAN FAN DC. FAN DC.

Place #74 #74 #74

1-763-480-31 1-763-554-31 1-763-756-21 1-771-994-31 1-786-209-21 3-071-901-01 3-071-901-11
SWITCH, POWER (WITH AC INLET) for SCPH-30001 R #00 SWITCH, POWER (WITH AC INLET) for SCPH-30002 R /-30003 R /-30004 R SWITCH, POWER (WITH AC INLET) for SCPH-30005 R /-30006 R /-30007 R

PANEL, REAR PANEL, REAR

for SCPH-30001 R/-30005 R #87 for SCPH-30002 R/-30003 R/-30004 R SCPH-30006 R/-30007 R #87
BV312 3-325-679-21 SCREW,

TAPPING +BV 3X12

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Overall and Main Block for SCPH-39002 / 39003 / 39004 / 39008
Ref-No. 162 B265 BV312 BV316 M354 M360 T250
Part No. 1-468-605-31 1-528-174-41 1-694-875-11 3-059-626-03 3-059-627-01 3-067-170-01 A-6787-644-A X-3951-722-2 X-3951-099-1 3-070-847-01 3-066-498-01 3-079-117-01 1-757-934-11 1-823-341-11 3-071-971-01 3-071-973-01 3-069-212-01 3-069-170-01 3-325-679-21 3-070-296-01 3-059-622-02 3-069-168-01 3-071-976-01
Place code #00 #25GH #17 #22 #22 #87 #87 #87 #87 #87 #87 #87 #12 #12 #16 #87 #87 #87 #87 #87 #87 #87 #87
POWER BLOCK for 220-240V AC BATTERY, LITHIUM (CR2032 TYPE) TERMINAL BOARD (FRONT) COVER, SCREW CAP TAPE (20X20), HARNESS STOPPER SWITCH BLOCK ASSY COVER ASSY, LOWER PLATE ASSY, ORNAMENTAL LID TAPE, VOID TAPE, VOID (For SCPH-39008) CABLE, FLEXIBLE FLAT (FFC-011) CABLE, FLEXIBLE FLAT (FFC-015) SHEET, INSULATING SHIELD HDD (F) TAPE, HARNESS STOPPER TAPPING (B2X6.5) SCREW, TAPPING +BV 3X12 TAPPING +BV 3X16 SCREW (M3X54), HEAD TAPPING TITE (CZN) M3X6 +BV S TAPPING (2X5)

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MD Block for SCPH-39002 / 39003 / 39004 / 39008

Ref-No. 28 31

Part No. 3-060-400-01 X-3952-059-1 X-3952-060-1 1-680-370-22

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Switch Assy Block for SCPH-39002 / 39003 / 39004 / 39008

Ref-No. 53

Part No. 3-059-665-03 3-059-666-05 3-066-494-01 7-685-105-11 A-6787-551-A A-6787-552-A A-6787-553-A A-6787-554-A A-6787-645-A A-6787-646-A A-6787-647-A A-6787-648-A A-6787-976-A A-6787-977-A
A-6787-978-A A-6787-979-A
BUTTON, SWITCH BRACKET, SWITCH BRACKET, SWITCH TPG +P 2X8, TYPE 2, NON-SLIT COMPLETE PWB (VA), SW-373 SW-373 MOUNT

Place code

#25SW #25SW #25SW #25SW

Use with GH018 MOUNT

COMPLETE PWB (VA), SW-373(VA) Use with GH018 MOUNT SW-373 MOUNT (VA) COMPLETE PWB (VA), SW-382 SW-382 MOUNT Use with GH019 MOUNT
COMPLETE PWB (VA), SW-382(VA) Use with GH019 MOUNT SW-382 MOUNT (VA) COMPLETE PWB, SW-393 SW-393 MOUNT COMPLETE PWB (VA), SW-393 SW-393 MOUNT (VA) Use with GH022 MOUNT

Use with GH022 MOUNT

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Power Switch, Fan and Rear Panel Assy Block for SCPH-39002 / 39003 / 39004 / 39008

Ref-No. 159 BV312

Part No. 1-763-480-31 1-786-209-21 3-071-901-01 3-325-679-21
Description DC. FAN SWITCH, POWER (WITH AC INLET) PANEL, REAR SCREW, TAPPING +BV 3X12
Place code #74 #00 #87 #87

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Overall and Main Block for SCPH-50002 / 50003 / 50004 / 50008 ( H & H SS )

Ref-No. 13 15

Part No. 307455001 306625301
Description TERMINAL BOARD (FRONT) SCREW, +BV TAPPING SCREW (M3X27), TAPPING COVER, SCREW SCREW, +BV TAPPING CAP SCREW, BRAZIER HEAD P TIGHT PANEL (H), REAR LID TAPE, VOID

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MD Block for SCPH-50002 / 50003 / 50004 / 50008 ( H & H SS )

Ref-No. 108 128

Part No. 308452201 X39535891
Description TRAY (H) BRACKET (H) ASSY, PULLEY

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Boards Section for SCPH-50002 / 50003 / 50004 / 50008

( H & H SS )

Ref-No. 69 70
Part No. 308029301 XX39535871 X308580001 308029401
Description TITE (CZN), M3X6 +BV S POWER BLOCK (SWITCHING REGULATOR) SHEET (H),INSULATING CABLE, FLAT (FFC-011) SCREW (B2X6.5B), TAPPING FLEXIBLE BOARD SHEET (A), ELECTRIC HEAT SHIELD (A) (H) ASSY BUTTON (H), SWITCH PLATE (H) ASSY, ORNAMENTAL PLATE (H) ASSY, ORNAMENTAL SILVER (H SS) CABLE, FLEXIBLE FLAT (FFC-019) SHEET(H), FERRITE SHEET (DRIVER), ELECTRIC HEAT

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PS2 Peripherals
Ref-No. AC EURO CONV AV CONT CONT Part No. 182770211 Description CORD, POWER CONNECTOR, CONVERSION AV CABLE ANALOG CONTROLLER(DUAL SHOCK 2) ANALOG CONTROLLER(DUAL SHOCK 2) SILVER

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QUALITY ASSURANCE TEST (QA TEST) Part No. J-250-407-3A J-250-407-0A J-2504-118-A Description SVD 4514 SCD 4515 SVD-E94075 for SCPH 39002/3/4 Remark Place code n/a n/a n/a

Ref-No. n/a n/a n/a

QA-Test-disc is supplied as a spare part. If the units pass test with PS-game, PS2-game EVERY unit needs a QA-test and has to pass the QA -test. After the QA-test, an aging-test PlayStationR2 -demo disc needs to be done during two hours. If the unit passes this test, can be considered as repaired and can be returned to the customer. The following QA-Test should be followed: To perform the QA-test, the following equipment is required: Test-CD: SCD 4515 and SVD 4514 and SVD-E94075 (available as spare part) 2 grey (PS) + 2 black (PS2) memory cards (not supplied)1 TV (not supplied) 2 Amplifier with OP dig out connection + loudspeaker (not supplied) 2 USB-cable (not supplied) 2 Optical Digital Cord (not supplied)Dual Shocks PS2 (not supplied)1

and DVD, with a the unit guidelines
Note: 1 Please use existing stock 2 These equipments are generic equipment and should already be available at SSC and ACS. Process-description: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. Connect Power Cord, AV-cable & optical digital cord to the unit (Backside); Connect USB-cable and insert the 2 grey memory cards and Dual Shocks (Front side); Switch the Power ON & push the reset button; Insert SCD 4515 test disc; Check Audio and Video: CARD 0 and CARD 1 must be: OK; Push R1 button on Dual Shock and check Audio and Video; Push L1 button on Dual Shock and check Audio and Video; Remove SCD 4515, insert SVD 4515 and push the reset-button; Replace grey memory cards with the black ones; Check Screen PS2 check disc V2.00 All items must be OK; Push L1, R1 and red O-button together and Check V-RAM OK, push red O-button again and V RAM: OK; Push red O-button and check Audio (TV + Loudspeaker) and Video; Push red O-button and check Audio and Video; Push red O-button RD-RAM-test 0.02 OK; Push red O-button HDD-connector-test OK; Remove disc and switch off the unit.

Written by

Approved by
09-Nov-2001 Warllen Duque Compliance Manager Sony Computer Entertainment Europe Mike Nabarro Vice-President of Technical Services Sony Computer Entertainment Europe

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Click on the section you want to jump or just scroll to the page.
WHERE TO BUY PLAYSTATION 2 PARTS.... 5 WHAT VERSION DO YOU HAVE?..... 6 RESETTING THE DVD PASSWORD.... 7 VOLTMETER TRAINING.... 8 POWER SUPPLY PROBLEMS.... 9 DISC READ ERRORS.... 14 DIAGNOSTICS MODE.... 15 FIXING DISC SLIPPAGE..... 16 SECOND DISC READ ERROR ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE... 22 CD TRAY ALIGNMENT.... 24 LASER VOLTAGE ADJUSTMENTS.... 28 LASER VOLTAGE ADJUSTMENT FOR VERSION 4 ON UP... 32 REPLACING THE EJECT RIBBON CABLE... 36 MY PLAYSTATION 2 IS STILL BROKEN-NOW WHAT?... 39 INTRODUCTION TO BUYING AND SELLING ON EBAY... 40 HOW TO BUY AND SELL ON EBAY... 41 SELLING ON EBAY..... 41 THE AUCTION IS OVER- NOW WHAT?.... 43 BUYING ON EBAY..... 44 I WON THE AUCTION NOW WHAT?.... 45 SENDING IN YOUR CONSOLE FOR REPAIR.... 46 WHERE TO BUY CHEAP PS2 GAMES.... 48
WHERE TO BUY PLAYSTATION 2 PARTS Powerful Guides recommends VIDEOGAMEREPAIR.COM for replacement parts. Also, if after using this book you are still having trouble and you opt to send it in for repair, VIDEO GAME REPAIR will give all of our customers a $10.00 discount on their flat rate labor fee. Instead of $49.95 labor fee you will only pay $39.95. Please see the section at the end of the book called My console is still broke- Now what? for complete details.
WHAT VERSION DO YOU HAVE?
Some of the procedures in this book require you to know what version your PS2 console is. It is a fairly simple process to determine your PS2 version. Please follow the steps below to correctly determine your PS2 version.
On the back of your PS2 you need to locate the tag that has the model number on it. (see diagram)
Use the following chart to correctly determine your PS2 version: Version 9 Version 8 released in Japan only Version 7 Version 5/6 SCPH-50000, 50001, 50002, 50003 or 50004 SCPH-39000 or SCPH-39006 (GH-022 BIOS 090). SCPH-39000, 39001, 39002, 39003, 39004 or 37000 SCPH-30000R, SCPH-30001 R, SCPH-30002 R, SCPH-30003 R, SCPH-30004 R, SCPH-30006 R, SCPH-30000, SCPH-30001, SCPH-30002, SCPH-30003 and SCPH30004 SCPH-30000, SCPH-30001, 35001, SCPH-30002, 35002, SCPH-30003, 35003, SCPH-30004, 35004 Flip the console over and count the screw covers. If you have 10 then you have a version 1, 2, or 3. Version 4 and higher have only 8

Version 4 Version 1-3

RESETTING THE DVD PASSWORD
Have a parental password on the DVD player that you have forgotten and need to reset it? Follow the procedure below to take care of it. 1. Pop in a DVD movie (anyone will work) 2. While you are watching the DVD movie, press select and a small menu should show up. 3. Go to "Setup" and you will access a menu with the parental control setting. 4. When it asks you for a password enter the 4-digit number "7444" 5. It will again prompt you to type in the Password! 6. Now type in any code (Preferably all Zeros "0000.") 7. Scroll down on the Movie ratings option to where you are highlighting the Word "off"

DONE WITH THE PS2 UNPLUGGED. PLEASE MAKE SURE YOUR UNIT IS UNPLUGGED BEFORE TESTING TO PREVENT ACCIDENTAL ELECTRICAL SHOCK.
First, make sure that the outlet you are plugged in to is good by unplugging you PS2, and plugging it into a socket in a different room. If it doesn't work there either then proceed to the next step. Before we take any measurements we need to make sure the voltmeter is working. Put the meter on the Ohms setting. Test it by touching your red and black lead together. You should get a reading of 0 or a very low number when touched and nothing when not touching.
To test the power cord take one lead and attach it to one prong that plugs into the wall and the other lead into one of the holes that plug into the PS2. You should get a low reading just like you did when you tested above. If not, move to the other hole. Do that for each hole and prong to check both wires inside the cable. If both check good then you are ready for the next step. If not, then you have a bad cord and it will need to be replaced.
The remaining checks will require that the PS2 cover be removed. Follow these steps to safely and easily remove it.
A. Flip your PS2 over so that the bottom is facing up
B. Remove all the screw covers. (There should be 6
screw covers, 4 made of rubber (outer edges) and 2 made of plastic (in the middle), that need to be removed. Indicated in photo by the white lines. You can use a knife or small jewelers flat blade screwdriver for this. There should be 2-4 more screw covers on the outer side of the base, underneath the controller ports. Indicated in photo by red lines. The older model PS2s have 4 screw covers, while the newer ones have only 2. Remove them all, and you should now have a total of 8-10 screws unveiled. Set the screw covers aside.
C. Use your knife to cut the warranty tape that is covering the seam between the back and the top cover. (By the power switch). Just trace the seam through the tape with the knife so that it will not be holding you back when you go to remove the top later.
D. Using the normal sized Phillips head screwdriver, Make sure all of the screws are removed, and put them

aside. NOTE: Some of the screws are longer than others. It is VERY IMPORTANT that you remember where the longer screws go. You may want to mark the holes with a piece of tape or some other way so that you will know which holes the long screws go into. If you do not remember where the long screws go, you could put a hole through a circuit board by trying to force the long screw in where it is not supposed to be.
E. The PS2 shell should now be ready to remove. ONLY the UPPER side (with the PS2 logo) needs to be removed for this step - Leave the BOTTOM side on. WARNING-Be very careful when taking the upper shell off, or you could damage the PS2. Place the PS2 horizontally, with the PS2 logo facing up and the front facing you.
Pull up on the cover from the back and work it free and lift about 1/2 inch. Move the shell forward a little, sideways, so that the Eject/Reset buttons are not blocking the shell and the CD tray comes clear, and it can be lifted off. Just play around with it a little and you should get it. Then, lift it at an angle, like opening the cover of a book. Take the bottom (Vertically speaking) of the shell, with the PS2 logo on it, and lift it an angle. WARNING-Lift slowly and be careful not to break the ribbon cable going to the reset and eject buttons. You should notice a small wire around the area where the Reset/Eject buttons are. The wire should be taped to the top of the Lens cover. Remove the tape, and then carefully lift the cover so that it is lying flat, and the PS2 is open like a book, connected at the middle by the wire.
OPTIONAL: If you have or can get a couple of clips that hold stacks of paper they make an excellent clip for holding your PS2 cover firmly to the PS2 base. This will reduce your risk of accidentally tearing your ribbon cable. See photo.
Now we are going to test the power switch. MAKE SURE THE POWER SWITCH IS IN THE ON POSITION. Put one voltmeter lead on one of the pins that the power cable plugs into and the other on one of the pins of the white plug just inside the case. You should get a 0 reading or a short. If not trying moving to the other pin. A good plug will show a short between each pin on the back and one of the wires on the inside when the power switch is in the on position.

Try this before you do anything else. Get a
can of compressed air. Eject the CD tray outward and spray the air into the PS2 aiming it at where the laser is located. This may be all that is needed to fix your problem.

DIAGNOSTICS MODE

This procedure rarely works for anyone but since it only takes a few minutes to do it is worth a try before opening up your Playstation 2 console. Turn on your PS2 WITHOUT a disc in it and wait for it to come up to the MAIN MENU screen Press the "Triangle" button Use your UP directional buttons and select CONSOLE and then press the "Triangle" button Use your direction buttons again and select ON and then press the X button Insert a disc and the console will automatically start the diagnostics MOVE ON TO THE NEXT STEP IF THIS DID NOT WORK

FIXING DISC SLIPPAGE

A disc slipping can be the culprit that is causing your read errors and it is quite easy to fix. The reason that the discs are slipping is because the magnet around the spindle has weakened and it allows the disc to slip when it begins to spin. The first two steps listed here are ways to increase the weight of your discs and balance them to prevent the slippage. These are both methods being used successfully by others, but obviously these are not technically based fixes. These fixes are a quick fix to the underlying problem and may not fix the problem. Use them if you want, but if you don't feel comfortable putting tape on your discs knowing there is a possibility that your problem will still not be fixed then go directly to STEP 3
STEP 1. Take a strip of masking tape and place it on the title side (side with the writing) from the very edge of the disc towards the middle of the disc without getting any on the shiny part in the center of the disc. Then take another piece and do the same thing on the other side of the hole so that when you're done you will have a straight line going across the title side of your disc. Stick the disc back in and see if your problem is solved.
STEP 2. This is another variation of the first trick. On the shiny side of your disc- (the play side) take a small piece of 1/2 scotch tape and place it at an angle in the center circular area by the hole. That's it-stick the disc back in and see if the read error is fixed. Doesn't get much easier than this.

SECOND DISC READ ERROR ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE
Read through this entire procedure before starting so you have a clear understanding of what needs to be done. If the previous procedure did not work for you there is one more thing you should try before going with the laser voltage adjustment procedure. This will only work on version 3 and higher PS2 consoles. If you dont know what version you have it wont hurt to try the procedure, but the problem is that the adjustment you make will not stay on version 1 & 2 consoles. It will revert back to its default setting. Before you get started you need to have as many different types of game disc as you can to make the best possible adjustment. Get a DVD, a silver or gold back disc, and a purple or blue back disc. When you have one of each then you can proceed. 1. Use the repair guide to remove your top cover again 2. Remove the disc tray assembly cover again just like you did when you were cleaning the lens.
Take a look at the picture on the right. The small white wheel is what you are going to be adjusting in this procedure.
What this little wheel does is adjust the angle of the CD tray. This will effect the angle that the laser hits the CD. Do not get carried away making big adjustments on this. It only takes a small change to get BIG results.
WARNING- You are going to have to plug in your unit and hook it to a TV just like you were going to play it to make this adjustment. It is very dangerous to work on electrical equipment with the covers off. You could be shocked or killed. Be extremely careful-Dont be in a hurry!
1.Hook the unit to the TV and plug it in and turn it on. 2. Press the eject button so that the tray slides forward. 3. You should now have a clear view of the wheel pointed out in the picture above. You will also see a metal tab that hold the wheel in place. 4. Take a felt tip marker and mark the point where the wheel meets the tab so that you will always be able to go back to your starting point.
5. Turn the wheel about 1/8 of a turn. Put the CD tray cover back on. You DO NOT need to put the screws in. just hold it down lightly with your hand. Put in one of your game discs and push it in and see if it works. You may have to use the browser to load each disc you are testing. If it works then eject the tray and try another disc. Do this for each disc you have. If you can get all three types to load and play then you are done. Turn off the unit and reassemble. If all three do not work, then turn the wheel another 1/8 turn and try it again. Keep doing this until you find the spot where all three discs will work for you. REMEMBER- If you open the cover after testing and the wheel is back to its original position then you have a version 1 or 2 PS2 console and this will not work for you. There is nothing you can do to make the wheel stop returning to its original position.

CD TRAY ALIGNMENT

Fix for disc tray not opening after console has been dropped This procedure will not fix all consoles that have a disc tray that wont open. There are other problems that can cause this problem as well. In most cases this will only work on consoles that wont open, but that still have the blue light on the eject button.
Flip your PS2 over so that the bottom is facing up.
Remove all the screw covers. (There should be 6 screw covers, 4 made of rubber (outer edges) and 2 made of plastic (in the middle), that need to be removed. Indicated in photo by the white lines. You can use a knife or small jewelers flat blade screwdriver for this. There should be 2-4 more screw covers on the outer side of the base, underneath the controller ports. Indicated in photo by red lines. The older model PS2s have 4 screw covers, while the newer ones have only 2. Remove them all, and you should now have a total of 8-10 screws unveiled. Set the screw covers aside.
Use your knife to cut the warranty tape that is covering the seam between the back and the top cover. (By the power switch). Just trace the seam through the tape with the knife so that it will not be holding you back when you go to remove the top later.
Using the normal sized Phillips head screwdriver, Make sure all of the screws are removed, and put them aside. NOTE: Some of the screws are longer than others. It is VERY IMPORTANT that you remember where the longer screws go. You may want to mark the holes with a piece of tape or some other way so that you will know which holes the long screws go into. If you do not remember where the long screws go, you could put a hole through a circuit board by trying to force the long screw in where it is not supposed to be.
The PS2 shell should now be ready to remove. ONLY the UPPER side (with the PS2 logo) needs to be removed for this step - Leave the BOTTOM side on. WARNING-Be very careful when taking the upper shell off, or you could damage the PS2. Place the PS2 horizontally, with the PS2 logo facing up and the front facing you.
Pull up on the cover from the back and work it free and lift about 1/2 inch. Move the shell forward a little, sideways, so that the Eject/Reset buttons are not blocking the shell and the CD tray comes clear, and it can be lifted off. Just play around with it a little and you should get it. Then, lift it at an angle, like opening the cover of a book. Take the bottom (Vertically speaking) of the shell, with the PS2 logo on it, and lift it an angle. WARNING-Lift slowly and be careful not to break the ribbon cable going to the reset and eject buttons. You should notice a small ribbon cable around the area where the Reset/Eject buttons are. The cable should be taped to the top of the Lens cover. Remove the tape, and then carefully lift the cover so that it is lying flat, and the PS2 is open like a book, connected at the middle by the ribbon cable.

Next you will remove the lens cover. To remove the lens cover, simply take out the 2-4 screws located on the side with the Jewelry screwdriver. Place the screws aside, and lift the lens cover. NOTE:The lower left corner has a latch tab that needs to be pulled slightly left before you can lift it up. See photo.
Once the cover is removed you will be able to see two small screws that hold the CD tray in place. (See diagram). These screws needs to be removed.
Now, lift up on that edge and pull up and forward a little. You should then be able to lift that whole side up at an angle and slide the tray completely out. Once you have it out.you will see a little gear on the front left side. This is the gear that makes the tray go in and out.
There is also a piece of plastic in the front that slides left and right. Make sure it is all the way to the left.
Now put the tray back in the way you took it out. When you get to the end you will have to jiggle and move it around a little to get the tray aligned with the gear. ( try moving the tab that the screws mount in. It slides back and forth) It will drop down when it aligns correctly. Put the screws back in and reassemble the console.
Hopefully your CD tray will work now.
LASER VOLTAGE ADJUSTMENTS
WARNING!-Adjusting your laser voltage is pushing the envelope of a do-it-yourself procedure. This should only be done as a last resort for getting your games to work. Do not do this until you have tried the cleaning of the laser lens and the increasing of the magnet strength. DO NOT ADJUST THE LASER VOLTAGE IF:
If you do not get the "Disc Read Error" message in the browser when trying to load problem discs. Your PS2 only gets errors on certain CD or DVD games and not ALL.
YOU MAY NEED TO ADJUST THE LASER VOLTAGE IF:
You can play games on CD but not on DVD You can play games on DVD but not on CD You can't play ANY games and have already cleaned the laser in the steps listed earlier.
TOOLS NEEDED: Philips head screwdriver Very small jewelers flat blade screwdriver Needle-nosed pliers (optional) Voltmeter A friend to help Adjusting the laser voltages involves taking the bottom off of your PS2. So let's get started.

This procedure is for version 1-3 Please see next section for version 4 and higher.
A. Flip your PS2 over so that the bottom is facing up. B. Remove all the screw covers. (There should be 6 screw covers, 4 made of rubber (outer edges) and 2 made of plastic (in the middle), that need to be removed. Indicated in photo by the white lines. You can use a knife or small jewelers flat blade screwdriver for this. There should be 2-4 more screw covers on the outer side of the base, underneath the controller ports. Indicated in photo by red lines. The older model PS2s have 4 screw covers, while the newer ones have only 2. Remove them all, and you should now have a total of 8-10 screws unveiled. Set the screw covers aside.
E. Gently pull up on the back of the bottom cover and slide it forward and place it on the side. You should see two metal shields covering the circuitry on the bottom.
F. Remove the expansion slot cover from the back of the PS2. It just slide out
G. Remove the 1 screw in each plate that is holding it down and gently remove both shields.
H. Now that the shields are removed you are going to lift and fold back the expansion slot to reveal the laser voltage adjustments. BE VERY CAREFUL-YOU WILL BE MOVING RIBBON CABLE AND CAN BREAK IT IF NOT DONE CAREFULLY. Gently pull up on the outer edge of the expansion bay and fold over to the right and GENTLY lay it on top of the circuit board to the right. (See Photos)
I. Now that the expansion slot is out of the way you should be able to see the controls that adjust the laser voltage. (See photo)
J. The one on the left is for adjusting CD games and the one on the right is for adjusting DVD games. Make sure you only mess with the one that is giving you problems. Before you get started you should carefully mark the current location of the adjustments so you can go back to them if needed. You can do this by using a sharpie pen to put a small dot at the 12 o'clock position on each screw and then another on the circuit board to line it up with. When turning the adjustments you only need to turn VERY SLIGHTLY. (1 degree at a time) Turning to the right is increasing the voltage and to the left is decreasing the voltage. In most cases you will want to INCREASE the voltage.
K. Before you get started lets get a reading of exactly where the adjustment is set. Using your voltmeter in the Ohms reading setting put 1 lead at the bottom of the adjustment and the other in the upper left corner (see photo). Write this reading down so you can go back to it if needed. Using a very small screwdriver carefully turn the adjustment to the right about 1 degree. Take a measurement again. You will then have to put everything back together and try it. If it does not work you can keep adjusting it over and over until it works. I have found that the CD adjustment can be anywhere between 950-1200 ohms and the DVD can be between 650-1000 ohms. This can be a very time consuming process but it will work for some of you. The key is to be patient and careful. If you get in a hurry you may pass the point where it works or you may damage something taking it apart.

OPTIONAL ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE
Use this procedure at your own risk and the risk of damaging your Playstation 2. This procedure will speed up the process for you but it involves working on the Playstation 2 while it is plugged in and circuit boards are exposed. The choice is yours. HERE WE GO: Stand the PS2 on it's side so the power button is at the top. Have a friend hold it for you and make sure that the expansion bay does not touch the exposed circuits on the adjacent board. Plug in the PS2 (power and video) and load a problem disc. Turn the adjustment pot 1 degree and reload the disc to see if it helped. Repeat the process until you have moved the adjustment 20 degrees. If you have not had success move it back to the beginning spot and go the opposite direction up to 20 degrees. I have never seen the adjustment needed to be turned more than 30 degrees although I have heard that some people have had to turn it up to 180 degrees on PS2 that have a modchip and they are reading backup CD-R games. Before you finish lower the PS2 to the horizontal position and try the game as well as several others to make sure you don't need some more fine adjustments. Some people have reported that a slightly higher setting is needed in the horizontal direction than in the vertical. Turn off your PS2 and reassemble.
LASER VOLTAGE ADJUSTMENT FOR VERSION 4 ON UP
I stated earlier that the version 1-3 adjustment procedure was just on the edge of what I think the average do-ityourselfer could do, and this procedure for version 4 and higher is even a little more difficult than the last. I have included it though to make the book more complete. Proceed at your own risk. You will need silicon grease while doing this procedure. Radio Shack-#64-2326. Best to get it before you start A. Flip your PS2 over so that the bottom is facing up. B. Remove all the screw covers. (There should be 6 screw covers, 4 made of rubber (outer edges) and 2 made of plastic (in the middle), that need to be removed. Indicated in photo by the white lines. You can use a knife or small jewelers flat blade screwdriver for this. There should be 2-4 more screw covers on the outer side of the base, underneath the controller ports. Indicated in photo by red lines. The older model PS2s have 4 screw covers, while the newer ones have only 2. Remove them all, and you should now have a total of 8-10 screws unveiled. Set the screw covers aside.
Plug the unit in and hit the eject button so the tray comes out and then unplug the unit. Lease the tray in the out position. You then need to remove the screws that are holding the rods that the laser assembly travels on. (see picture)

Next you will remove the rods one by one. Just lift in the back where you removed the screw and then slide it out. It works the same on both sides. Be careful not to touch the laser lens while doing this. Also, be careful because there are things on the bottom of the laser assembly. Its best to hold it on the sides.
Once the rods are removed flip the laser up carefully to expose the underside of it. You will see the two adjustments marked in the picture.
. Before you get started lets get a reading of exactly where the adjustment is set. Using your voltmeter in the Ohms reading setting put 1 lead at the bottom of the adjustment and the other in the upper left corner (see previous photo). Write this reading down so you can go back to it if needed. Using a very small screwdriver carefully turn the adjustment to the right about 1 degree. Take a measurement again. You will then have to put everything back together and try it. If it does not work you can keep adjusting it over and over until it works. I have found that the CD adjustment can be anywhere between 950-1200 ohms and the DVD can be between 650-1000 ohms. This can be a very time consuming process but it will work for some of you. The key is to be patient and careful. If you get in a hurry you may pass the point where it works or you may damage something taking it apart. OPTIONAL- If you dont have an ohm meter you may also just turn the adjustment about 1 degree at a time. Make sure to mark your starting point with a felt tip pen. After you are completely done doing this alignment make sure to use the grease mentioned at the beginning or something similar to grease up the rods that the laser slides on. Im sure they are dry after the laser has been slid on and off so many times. This will make sure that it can travel freely after it is reassembled.
REPLACING THE EJECT RIBBON CABLE
Sometimes your ribbon cable may become broken or just break loose from the connector on one end or the other. Its fairly easy to replace or reconnect. Just use the procedure below. If you need a new ribbon cable Click Here This procedure is going to start with the top already removed. Since this has been covered so many times in this book, you should have no problem getting the top off by now. Depending on what your exact problem is will determine what part of this procedure you will need to do. The procedure listed will take you through replacing the entire cable. If you just need to reattach one end then jump to the step that deals with that particular end.
First you need to remove the cable from the eject/reset button assembly. To do this you will need to remove the assembly from the console cover. After you remove the screws from the cover and have the cover flipped over you will see the assembly (see picture)

Use a small bladed screwdriver to lift up on the back of the assembly and it will come loose. Be careful when pulling the buttons through the holes in the console so that they do not get hung up and break.
Once the assembly is loose you will be able to remove the cable (or reattach it). As you can see the blue side of the cable is facing towards the circuit board. Tip- The cable just slides in to this connector. Just gently push it in while holding it close to the end to keep it from bending.
Now we need to remove the other side of the cable. First you need to remove the two screws holing the controller port in place. After you remove them you can pull out on it a little, but be careful. There is a cable attached. You can remove the cable if you wish, it will make it a little easier to handle when turning the console over, but it is not necessary. Next you need to remove the bottom cover from the console and flip everything over.
You should now have the console flipped upside down with the bottom cover removed. You then will remove the 2 screws holding the expansion bay in place. Then remove the expansion bay.
Once the cover is removed you will be able to see where the ribbon cable connects. The blue side is facing up in this picture. Tip- This connector opens up wide on one end and then after you place the cable in it snaps shut. Open it up carefully before inserting or removing the cable.
Carefully reassemble the console. You may want to check the operation of the cable before putting the top cover back on. Just remember to be careful when working on live equipment.
MY PLAYSTATION 2 IS STILL BROKEN-NOW WHAT?
Hopefully you were able to fix your Playstation 2 and are now back to playing games. If you are reading this though then that means that the methods did not work for you. Dont worry. You now have 2 paths to choose from for your next course of action. You can A.) Send in your console for repair to our approved repair facility- You will get a $10.00 discount off of their standard rate. B.) Sell your console on Ebay and buy a working used one. The choice is yours and no matter what way you decide to go, it is covered in the sections below. In this next section Im going to show you how to get rid of your broken PS2 console and get a WORKING used or maybe even a NEW one for a net cost of less than $100.00 which includes the price of this guide. So, you see you are still better off then you were if you had paid the $120 for repair. I will guide you step by step how to do this. The way we are going to do this by selling your broken PS2 for parts on Ebay which should get you a price between $50 - $85. After that you will buy a working PS2 either new or used for between $125 - $175. If you do the math you will see that your net cost will be around $75.00. If you add in the price of the manual then your total cost is still only $95.00 which means you have saved over $25.00 by NOT paying the $120 to repair your PS2.

OK.lets get started on the next part of getting your auction listed. In the Item Title Box Type Playstation 2 Console Needs Repair Now if you are using my template you need to copy it and paste it into the Description Box. If you are not going to use it then you need to type in your description. NOTE- If you use my template you can change the description by adding or deleting text, just be careful to NOT delete any of the coding around and in the text. Go to the bottom of the page and click on the Continue Button Your now page 3 which is called Pictures and Details- Follow the steps below for each Duration 7 days is a good auction length.- You can go longer if wanted but it will cost you. Start Time-Start the auction right after your done. Note- Its best to start between 6-10 PM. Quantity- 1 Starting Price- 9.95 Reserve Price- This is optional. If you dont care how much you get for your console leave it blank. If you dont want to sell it unless you get a certain amount then put that amount in this box. This is kept secret from bidders but if your price is not met then the auction will say Reserve Price Not met Having a reserve price will sometimes discourage people from bidding. Personally on an auction for a broken PS2 console I wouldnt care what I got for it. Its worthless as is. Buy it Now Price- This is optional. This is a price that you will take for your console right now. In other words if you will take $60.00 then put $60.00 in this box and someone can end the auction instantly buy paying you $60.00 for your item. This only works until someone else bids on the auction at your starting bid. Once that happens then the BUY IT NOW option will go away. Private Auction- Leave this Unchecked City, State- Just Put the State you are shipping from Region- I do not use this but you can if you want. Just select the Closest major market you live by. Pictures- This is where you would normally add your pictures. I have a default PS2 console picture included in my template so there is no need for you to add any unless you want to. List Designer- You can use this if you want but NOT if you are using my template. If you want to use this you can but you will need to have your own picture to upload. Gallery Picture- No need for one on this auction Listing Upgrades- No need for any Gift Services- Do Not show as a gift Free Page Counter- This is up to you Click Continue at the bottom of the page The next section is Payment and Shipping Seller Accepted Payment Methods Just Click on all of the buttons that apply to you. If you will accept Paypal then make sure to put your Paypal email address in the box listed. Shipping Costs Buyer Pays Shipping Costs And if you use my template it states that $12.00 is the Shipping cost so you can fill in the blanks on the next part. Insurance is optional so make it so and put that price in. The cost of insurance is $1.30 for the first $50.00 and an additional $1.00 per $50.00 after that. So, $2.30 would cover up to $100.00. Payment Instructions- Tell them that you will contact them after the auction with payment instructions. Ship to Locations- Select US Only Shipping outside the US can be a REAL hassle. My auction template states that the shipping cost quoted is for the lower 48 states only. Shipping to Hawaii and Alaska can be more so you want to make sure to get an accurate price on shipping if your winning

Fill out the form below and send it in with your console.
Referral Form from Powerful Guides
Name ___________________________________________________________________ Address ___________________________________________________________________________ City ________________________________ State _________ Zip _____________________________ Email ________________________________________________________________ Phone _________________________________ Daytime Number If we can not talk to you during business hours your system goes to the back of the line. Model # ______________________________________ Serial # ___________________________________ Total Enclosed $49.95 ($39.95 labor + $10.00 return shipping) Payment Method circle one Check Money Order Credit Card
Credit Card Number __________________________________________ Exp. Date __________________ Description of problem with console
We/I authorize Video Game Repair (Herein referred to as "VGR") to diagnose/repair my gaming system and understand that VGR is not responsible for any lost or stolen items in the mail or any other shipping method. We/I also authorize VGR to charge my credit card the amount listed above. We/I also understand that all repaired systems are tested by qualified technicians before they are shipped out to the customer. We/I also authorize VGR to make the necessary repairs to the unit and understand that if We decide the system is not economically feasible to have repaired We/I will be held responsible to pay the required shipping fee of $10.00 per unit and a diagnostic charge of $20.00 per unit to have the system returned to me. We/I also will not hold VGR responsible for any repair damage done to my system if We/I have opened it up after We/I receive it back from the repair depot. We/I also understand that some repairs take longer than expected due to parts availability and will not hold VGR responsible for any repair deadlines either expressed or implied. We/I also understand that certain repairs might take additional time due to the nature of the repair and promise to be patient in the repair process of my system.
Repair cost "does not" include main board replacement due to bad mods. The mainboard cost is $79.95 extra if needed. *Also there is a $59.95 "Additional Charge" on laser eye's if one is needed for "Disk Read" error corection. Signature (Dont forget to sign) _________________________________________________

 

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