RU WTB: PlayStation DTL-H3001 & SCPH-3000

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  1. Twilight

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    1. PlayStation DTL-H3001 (Net Yaroze).

    I'm looking for the system or just replacement black case with exactly the same date stamp and all the dots. It must be US system from February 1997. The date stamp on the case is 1997.2.19. I'm not sure about the serial number but we opened unit 300447 and it was already 1997.2.20. Another unit had the same date but completely different stamp "219 97" which can't be used in my case.

    I need it for the system which was sent from SCEA to review but it's not really Net Yaroze but more Debugging Station. It has PU-9 board inside and it can boot games from CD-R. The case was cracked on the back side before I got it and parallel port cover is also missing so I need replacement parts. It's inside regular Net Yaroze case but I need exactly the same case because the system is unique and I don't want to use any random parts.

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    2. PlayStation SCPH-3000.

    I need replacement case for my DTL-H1001H. The situation is similar here.

    Sony used SCPH-3000 cases but I also need exactly the same date stamp and all the dots. Maybe I will find another one in the future and maybe it will be even boxed but now I want to restore my system. The bottom side is perfect.

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    I know this is an old post, but you do realize that DTL-H3001 is not original anyway?

    The PU-9 board was the original engineering designation for the version that had the new GPU and SGRAM, but it was decided to retain the PU-8 designation for the production boards. They were only made for a short period of time around mid '95 - if you check the date codes on the chips, you will see they are 952x or 953x - so if it's in a case with a mold date of '97 then it's been swapped.
     
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