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PS2 PS2 Test Compatible parts

P10god

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Hey guys/gals,

A few years ago I bought a Test PS2 (DTL-H30002) & upon arrival I realized it didn't work.
I sent it off to a repair shop and was informed that it had a broken PSU, (I assume the Power Supply Unit 🤷‍♂️, they also didn't follow my instructions i.e. I wanted them to show me what was wrong with it instead of telling me), but there's possibly a few components that connect to this that could also be faulty.

Has anyone discovered a place that has repair parts for these? Or is it effectively a paper weight?

I'm in NZ so sending it off to get fixed is a little difficult.
 

uyjulian

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The parts are the same as retail

Only things that are different are MECHACON, the ROM, and outside labels
 

P10god

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The parts are the same as retail
Which parts? & Which retail is what I need to know 🤷‍♂️.
If it's the same as the SCPH-3000X I'll get looking for one.
 
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