Replacement Fuse for Sony PlayStation One PS1 controller port PS605 0.7A 50V - 2 Pack | ZedLabz


Replacement Fuse for Sony PlayStation One PS1 controller port PS605 0.7A 50V - 2 Pack | ZedLabz

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- Replacement controller port fuse for PS1
- Can resolve a common issue where controllers are not working on the console.
- Replaces fuse at board position PS605
- 0.7A 50V
- Requires internal soldering.


Resolve controller problems on a PS1 console by replacing the fuse on the motherboard.

The Fuse will be in the position marked PS605 and normally have a 15 printed on the top, it is secured by two solder pads and relatively easy to remove and replace, soldering required.

The fuse labelled F1 on the controller port PCB board commonly goes wrong from using third party / damaged controllers, or from inserting and removing controllers with the console powered on.

In most cases replacing the fuse is enough to fix the controllers and get them working on the console, you can test the original fuse with a simple continuity test (beep test) using a multi-meter.

Requires internal soldering, console must be opened to install, soldering iron and solder required (not included)

A Philips #1 screwdriver will be needed to open up the console shell (not included)

Platform Sony PlayStation
Colour Black
Manufacturer ZedLabz
EAN 5056026475525
SKU 200590
Weight 10g

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review

Just what my ps1 needed for my controllers to work right. Because they are numbered, it makes identification with the needed part extremely simple. Just be aware, these fuses are ludicrously tiny, and I recommend having some thick flux and nice tweezers on hand to ensure you can keep a stable grip and that the fuse doesn’t shift while soldering it in place. The last thing you’ll wanna do is dig around the floor or carpet for a black fuse the size of a rice grain.