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When you stoped the screw it caused some of the components to short out you can change it or get professional help to diagnose which parts went bad
Posted on Jul 12, 2019
There are tiny "in circuit fuse(s)" that most likely blew. If you know how to identify these types of fuses you can test them.
Posted on Jul 12, 2019
Sorry to say it likely not fixable other then replacing the power supply or whole box. If you can see where it sparked you might be able to use solder gun to replace that part from electronics parts store. Here's a long shot that worked many yrs ago for my old similar Colecovision tv video game console. with game in and unit on, nothing on tv ... with bottom cover off exposing circuit board, I tried a large flat nail head here and there thinking it might spark it back in to action ... worked ... circled those 2 solder points to connect in future ... worked good many times then eventually was fully fried. Be sure you not grounded touching sink etc. Plus maybe avoid the thicker high voltage connections.
Posted on Jul 12, 2019
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
if this is a built sustem out of the box with old monitor try another monitor oddly enough some arent compatible, you can check by looking at the prong patern.
Posted on May 10, 2008
Adjusting the white gear is usually a temp fix. If your lucky and you move it one click at a time, It'll offset to a point where it will read the discs again.
Whats happening is the drive shaft is warping. This is a very common problem in all of the ps2 units.
You have 2 options.
They sell replacement ps2 cd roms if you look around with google.
Option 2 would be purchase a new ps2. Its roughly going to cost you $80.00 US to get a replacement cd rom for the ps2. Price different for a new one would be 30 bucks or so.
Personally i'd just snag a new system. The newer one's have fixed the cd rom problem so it won't happen.
Hope this helps ya.
Posted on May 26, 2008
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I was experiencing the same problem on my ps2 slim scph-90004. When I put a game in my ps2 it loads but after some time it just freezes at the same spot.I went to many shops but they dont recognize my problem.Then i open my ps2 slim (Warning:Opening of ps2 my void your warranty) and saw the lens which was not adjusted. SO,if you are experiencing the same problem then use the above method(For slim only).Look at the rod near the lens which has two small clips on it. Open the screws on the clips and take out your ps2 lens.Clean it with a cotton.Set the lens in some different position and load your games .
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You are posted in the Big PS2 section, so I hope you got a Big PS2, not a slim. If you do have a slim, I think your motherboard is shot. If you do have the big PS2, you need to open th case up and Disassemble it to find out whats wrong. Your probably have a SCPH-50001 and when you dropped it some of the plastic inside broke.
You need to remove the 8 screws on the bottom, which are hidden by square screw covers. You can pop the screw covers up with a knife blade. Remove the Warranty label on the cases seam next to where the power cable hooks in. Lift the case from the back slightly and pull it forward just enough to clear the CD drawer. Then roll the over cover counter clockwise being carfeul not pull reset/eject button cable loose. In this motion lay the case cover to the right side upside down.
Now remove the little screws holding the cd Drive cover on. Yo may ned to use a screwdriver to put in the rectangle holes and pry outward to release the catch at the back of the CD drive cover. See if you see any damage and write back a comment here . Hope this helps.
I can fix it for a reasonable price for you if you're in the USA. www.playstationclinic.com
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