I second this. Just get a new or used one. If it won’t turn on then not to many people can fix it. The only time they can really get it back together is when it won’t read discs. So basically your fuct, and I should know, I’m a PS2 surgeon. I fixed my own and my buddies until they eventually died because they wouldn’t turn on. Save yourself the hassle of shipping and over priced costs.
Go to wal mart by the way. Buy the PS2 and tape the receipt on the bottom. When it breaks take it back for a new one. My buddy returned a treadmill that he used for a year ad then left sitting for 2 years. All his cash back. Walmart is retarded at making customer service policy. have fun.
Sonny S wrote:
Tried to fix my PS2 using repair guides I found online and now it won’t turn on.
Local repair shop can’t figure out the problem.
I’m not complaining, but I would like it fixed. There are dozens of companies on the web you can ship the system to in order to repair it.
Can anybody recommend one?
I know the new ones cost 129, and I can probably get a used one with 10 games on craigslist for about that price.
Still, I would appreciate input on any positive experiences you’ve had with a PS2 repair website.
Thrash it and get a new one. It will cost you at least $50 to repair, if it can be repaired, plus shipping to and fro. Get a used one at EBgames, etc. with a warranty and you’ll be good to go for around $100.[/quote]