Not sure if this thread is going to make me a naughty boy or not, but here goes.
I have bought 2 PS2`s in the last 16 months. I had them bothed chipped for the lad. The first one packed up after 13 months, would not read disks. I changed the laser myself, but that didnt work. Realised after that the chip that makes the disk spin was U/S (Something like that)
Anyway, bought the 2nd this Christmas, had it chipped and today its packed in again....same thing, wont read disks.
My question to everyone is this. Is this a problem caused by having it chipped?
My missus has gone ballistic and is blaming me for this, but I am not sure the chip has anything to do with it because after looking on e-bay, I find hundreds of (For spare parts) PS2`s all unable to read disks.
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