that's what i thought but the colour carrier should be fixed even after boot i aint tested but you could do so with a 3 pole switch to see if colour does change real time.
Originally posted by Gladiator
You have installed the color fix to your NTSC PS2. The fix is connected to a resistor on top and to 3.45V on the other point(NTSC fix). The point on 3.45 got loose, but you couldnt see it cause you were playing an NTSC game. You are using your PS2 vertically and gravity slowly pulled the loose wire towards the metal plates(ground). Tada! You got yourself a PAL color fixed NTSC PS2, hence the B/W.