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ps2v4 dead, any help????
ps2v4 dead, any help???? –
I try install a messiah on a v4, use the alternative points diagram, but 1 off the little gold hole off the board didnÂ´t stick to the wire and then i think i mess things up(overheating?), because he looks in bad shape now(he stills in the track but donÂ´t known if is working). I already remove the chip, all wires but nothing happens when i power on the ps2 the tv kind looks that receives signal but then all i see is a black screen.
Somenone could help me or itÂ´s garbage.
first check all fueses with multimeter, than i want you to try this:
1. hit on the power button,( red light apear)
2.hold the reset button until the blue light apear.
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i had a similer prob
thanks for helping.
checking all fuses from ps1 to ps14 get 0.04 and 0.05 ohm in all off them and they didinÂ´t apear broke.
the red light apear and the reset switch show blue light.
what can it be?
even after i do all you told me, i always get black screen
presi, when you turn on ps2, press reset 2 times VERY fast, it should work...
...if it doesn't, look at the motherboard, there may be splashes, check for any solder splash or blobs, make sure it's clean.
i go try the power button again when i back home, now i'm not near the PS2. it's possible to mess the ps2 by overheating the little gold hole, i suppose they are call "via's", sorry but i'm a newbie here.
For reference try not to solder to via's as they can easily dissappear into the mainboard by overheating and render the PS2 useless. This might be the case here. Make sure you have good connections to all the points and solder is not touching adjacent components.
how to test if via's are ok???
Not sure, maybe using a multimeter.
can i do the test by point in the via and the other in bios, where is suppose to reach, if get 0 ohm its good, right????