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  1. #1
    Mariandvd Guest

    Exclamation Ps3 Green Light and Red Light problem

    Does anyone know where is the problem? I have a ps3 and when i hold power to reset it it will reset but will not start, no video and audio. When it start's it will work for an hour and it shutdown's itself. I checked harddisk on computer off bad sectors and it did not found anything

  2. #2
    Warrorar Guest
    i think you should use your guarantee. could be a hardware error, that some chips gettting to hot.

  3. #3
    Takavach Guest
    when you reset it your ps3 boot default. maybe you connect it to monitor or your tv can not found signal audio and video . i think you must test it with one standard tv .

  4. #4
    harry22673 Guest
    i had the same problem, it was over heating so i moved it and it hasnt happened since

  5. #5
    Ziran Guest

    ps3 problem

    I got a ps3 cosole... the light came green, blue, yellow, red flashing continously.

  6. #6
    Beast Guest
    Hello,

    What firmware ?

    if it's 2.50, try the restore menu. if this method has no effect, use your guarantee

    maybe bricked console.

    good luck

  7. #7
    decimalator Guest
    Quote Originally Posted by Ziran View Post
    I got a ps3 cosole... the light came green, blue, yellow, red flashing continously.
    I just got that too, it's a major hardware failure. Have to send it back to Sony to be repaired/replaced. Mine happened after 13 months, so no warranty.

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    neoian1277 Guest
    i had something like that happen to me but there is no yellow light , the blue light comes on when i put in a disc just no sound or video , holding the on button makes it beep 3 times but still nothing any suggestions

  9. #9
    labonte Guest
    Your ps3 is probably over heating. Is the ps3 setup vertical or horizontal from what i have gathered over the last two years is place the ps3 horizontal for better air flow keep it out in the open and not in a inclosed space or buy a air cooler i have four ps3's and that's what i do good luck.

  10. #10
    Skippe Guest
    I have the same problem, does anyone have a solution?

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