PlayStation 2 Teardown
Teardowns provide a look inside a device and should not be used as disassembly instructions.
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At first, I will apologize for my poor English, I am from Brazil, but I love this site, especially because I have loved to disassemble electronic stuff since I was a kid. My mother always freaks out, but I always assemble everything back. Sometimes I even fix some things.
I'm writing this teardown to try to win the PSP GO or the Ps3 slim, so please look with care, it was made with care.
In this teardown I will show how to disassemble my Sony Playstation 2. I already made it sometimes , to clean it up and to fix a small problem.
And later in the Repair area, I will show how I fix a small Problem in it. I sent it to a technician because the rumble effect was no longer working. He says that there was a problem in the motherboard and he needs to change it entirely. But the model is a SCPH 39001, an old model, one of the first in the market. He says that the price of the fix was prohibitive and said that is better buy a new PS2 Slim, that nowadays is cheaper. I remember when a bought my Ps2, it costs more than R$800, almost US$400. I decide to stay with it anyway and despite the problem I even bought a Ethernet adapter to continue playing it.
Later, talking with some friends, I knew that is a fuse that controls the rumble effect and all that I need to do is to change it. But the fuses in the mainboard are too small , fixed in the main board and is impossible to change it. The same friend give me a tip, that I can use a glass fuse and take the internal wire to use in the main board. I decide to try and it works perfectly.
So, lets start the teardown, enjoy.
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