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Post By EDescending
My PS2 will not boot. Questing about 68 ohm resisters.
My PS2 will not boot. Questing about 68 ohm resisters. –
I have a v15 ps2. I installed then removed a matrix infinity mod chip. My ps2 will not boot up now. When I plug in the power, the red led on the power button comes on. When I press the power button, It turns green, but I get no video out.
I found what I think is a 68 ohm resistor that I must have burned while soldering. It's a chip labled 680 with 8 pins and four resistors on the chip. (its the T solder point for the matrix infinity chip). When I jump the two leds of the resistor then try booting, it will boot normally.
My question is, Is it safe to run the system without the resistor by jumping its leds? or do I need to replace the resistor?
I've attached two photos to point out the component i'm talking about.
Thanks for any help.
No, it isn't. Get 68 ohm resistors and install that from one end to the other.
Thanks for the suggestion.
I jumped it with a 68 ohm resistor, and it worked.
I uploaded a photo if anyone has a similar problem in the future.
yo can to find the same resistance in one mother board used take of one and solde them ...
i burn too much this kind of conponante 103 or other an d i find the same in one old mother board ... yep
hey i have a version 13 pstwo and it has the same problem i press the power button and it flashes green then turns off back to stanby have i blown fuses
hey my ps2 is not working. When I plug in the power, the red led on the power button comes on. and when I press the power button, It turns green, but i get no video and audio. is this means a problem with the 68omh resistor??? plz help
Originally Posted by EDescending