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Author Topic: Slim Ltu2 Working Fine On A Phat Liteon Board No Expensive Replacement  (Read 353 times)

garageinc

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=playe...p;v=Oe5cQm1SoiA

you will need to perform the mra hack to be able to lock and unlock the drive at will but thats a small price to pay for saving the cost of a ltu2 pcb.
3x consoles using this on live for days now with no issues so far and one was updated.
you need to relocate the 2 caps on the phat pcb to fit it to the slim chassis and the sata and power cable holes are also in the wrong place but thats easy sorted. it will also help if you have a phat dvd power cable as the slims one is too short.
was going to upload some photos but cba to upload them elsewhere and link them. i'm sure you can work out moving 2 caps lol
enjoy

seems after looking closer at one the tx ltu2 pcb is pretty much an exact copy of the phat one with a built in mra. well worth what they got people to pay for it. NOT!
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Tauhir

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Slim Ltu2 Working Fine On A Phat Liteon Board No Expensive Replacement
« Reply #1 on: October 14, 2013, 02:20:00 PM »

Does this bypass fcrt? Or are you using it on a rgh?
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