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Old 09-13-2008, 12:05 AM
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Has anyone had issues with their Playstation 2's messing up really badly? The one I have seems to have some minor problems where the laser seems to get stuck on it all the time.
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Old 09-13-2008, 05:09 PM
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I had that problem all the time with my PS2. I finally sold the thing on Ebay for $35 and ended up buying me a PC. The problem with consoles is that the make them too small. Stuff breaks easier in them than it does in a PC.
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I had two. The first one I bought was used. It stopped reading disc after about a year. I only paid a hundred bucks for it, I didn't really care when it broke. I went out and got the slim version of the Ps2. After a while, it also had problems reading disc. I gave it to my nephew after I got the PS3. He says it works fine for him half of the time. The PS2 is still selling well. I imagine consumers are stupid like me and continue to buy the same defective products from Sony. LOL
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My son bought PS2 and was too damn excited but it did not work well. Actually what happened was the original cord was damaged with some spark in the wire, he got a new cord for it, but it could never be efficient. Now he has got rid of it and planning to buy the best available.
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