Then the next step is to try adjusting either; the large white cog-wheel at the rear of the drive bay, or the very small screw to the left of the laser mounting. Or both.
Just be sure to mark where they started from, and, with regard to the tiny screw, only make small adjustments at a time.
If you do get the laser fixed successfully, bear in mind this is only a temporary fix, and the laser will need replaced at some point. Although, considering that a laser costs a minimum of 2/3's the price of a pre-owned, refurbished PS2, then you'd be better off buying a refurbished PS2.
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