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Ehehehe I will have to agree completly with you on this issue
Originally posted by Mod God
As in regrauds to the "professional", I have graduated DeVry people that I do installs for and soldering "professional" friends how wouldn't dare touch a Ps2. Its not that there no good, it just the whole design of the Ps2 was to stop this type of thing (mod chips). And most real world soldering is on a larger level (bigger joints), or by a machine. If they do have to do something this small it is a Whole chip and done with solder paste and an industrial dryer (to melt the solder). ITS NOT a few small connections here and a few more over there. Ps2 solder Pro's can be found HERE.
if the ba chip is dead, which one should i get to replace it with?
the BA5815 is the one i was told, is that the right one for my v7?
1. Loose wire in cd/dvd points on mobo
2. Fuse near to LA6508 chip is blow.
3. La 6508 is dead .
I bet for 1 or 2 .
First you said that you have V9 with DMS, then you said V7. Make sure what version of PS2 you have.
If you have V7 then is the BA 5815 for sure.
If you have V9 then villasg is right, look for La 6508 or check the
regards, and good luck
I am confused what version of PS2 you have ??
.........the cd out.
i have a v9 NTSC
-dms3 v1 installed
i need feedback please!
Please check the version
.....the BA5815 is the one i was told, is that the right one for my v7?
oh sorry, it is a version 7, my mistake, i must have been reading about too many v9's my PS2 is Definitly a V7
no eject light(no eject) and black screen sounds like a dead BA chip.
how easy is that to replace, i see its only 7 dollars to buy, but the install, how much is that?