Weird PS2 Parts

Discussion in 'Sony PlayStation 1 & 2' started by trumpet-205, Feb 17, 2011.

Feb 17, 2011

Weird PS2 Parts by trumpet-205 at 4:49 AM (2,220 Views / 0 Likes) 4 replies

  1. trumpet-205
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    It goes behind the D-Pad so it sits properly when using the controller. Older PS2 controllers had 4 arms where your one has 3. PS3 controllers are the same. It just sit on top on the d-pad once you have put it in the controller.

    Here i just took a picture to show you what i mean:
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    So that's where it should go. Thank you.

    I try it with/without the parts and I think I like it without. I feel D-Pad movement is more smooth without it.
     
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    It should wear on the pads/contacts a bit more, but it's not like it's going to die before an analog stick.
     
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    If you have anymore questions about the internals of the ps2 or its accessories just let me know as i have 20 PS2 from V1 to V18 plus a TEST and DEBUG machine and shit loads of spare parts for them all. (lots of new lasers as Pre V7 and V12 models tend to dye easy.)
     

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