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To fix the rumble function on your PS2 you must completely disassemble it down to the board, then locate the power connector on the board (4 prong) that the power supply sits on. Around there there will be two fuses labeled "S7". I was able to fix my rumble functionality by clipping the top off of the fuse further away from the power connector, leaving as much of the broken legs and internal plate as possible, then flowed a little solder to connect the legs. Rumble works fuckin' tits now, and if I ever decide to go in and change the battery I can snap a pic for anyone interested.