My PS2 bit the dust and other crap
March 10, 2020

Last week my latest PS2 console I had for almost a year simply didn't want to work properly. The TV set works, the cables are functional, the damn screen just doesn't want to show properly. I would not bother sending it to repair as I feel it would cost less acquiring another and quite frankly I am off to get me another PS3 in any case, so that PS2 business will have to wait for now.

However this week I am off to represent myself in a hearing to appeal that stupid, wrongful decision in taking my benefits away from me. I hate to face such people in person but there is no other way for now. I already got what I have to at least put up a fight, so I do hope they change their mind about this and that I may finally go back in breathing a lot easier than having to deal with anxiety this whole time.

Here goes nothing.

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honestgamer honestgamer - March 15, 2020 (03:36 PM)
I hope the hearing went well and that you are set for game consoles. Have you tried opening up your PS2 to see if there's a lot of dust in there? That could prevent some things from functioning properly. I know I had a PS2 that was repaired for a time by spraying out accumulated dust... though you would want to be careful. Or it could be that the video card is just toast and there's no saving it at all.
CptRetroBlue CptRetroBlue - March 17, 2020 (09:11 PM)
I might to check if that would be the case for this old PS2 of mine, thanks for the advice and also wishing me well on other parts in my life. I am told those people will send a decision in about a month or so in the mail and if they decide not to continue said benefits I may have to go to court with a judge about it. That the case I will try to find a lawyer that can represent me as this would make it highly difficult for me to it by myself. Here goes.

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