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I can hear sound on my ps3 but there is no picture just dark screen

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Not getting a picture...


You basically either have an HDMI setup and the PS3 is set to Component(RCA). Or you have a component setup and it's set up for HDMI.

There is a very simple remedy for this. Turn the PS3 on once there is a red light, hold the power button until you hear a beep and then let go. It will bring you to a basic setup screen. From there you can set up your video/sound setting to your liking. Though, I just pick what setup I have and move on to the next screen, no need to pick custom. Hope this helps!

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PS3 start-up. ''Invalid Format'' presented on screen. Can hear sound but no picture. TV is LG Plasma Model # 60PY3D


turn off the ps3. when you turn it back on by the console hold the button down until you hear a beep, keep holding it down until you hear a second beep, this will reset the format back to normal, if you have hdmi or anything else you can change it then from your video settings menu.

Jun 20, 2010 | Sony Playstation 3 (PS3) Console

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Can hear sound but have no picture


turn off the ps3 till it has a solid red light. hold power button it will beep a couple of times. do this two time and the ps3 will reset

May 31, 2010 | Sony Playstation 3 (PS3) Console

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My ps3 will play sound of games or dvd but i have no picture


The "NO VIDEO/PIXELATED VIDEO" problem is all too common on the PS3. It results from overheating of the RSX and/or CELL processor. It is necessary to disassemble the unit apply AS5 compound and shim the heatsinks to ensure proper contact between the heat sink and the processors. I do this for $65 or send to SONY if under warranty. They will fix for 150+tax if out of warranty 1800345SONY

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No picture


I'm sure you already checked the connections on both the ps3 and Tv to make sure they are firmly and properly connected.
So, when turning on the ps3, hold the power button for at least 6 seconds until you hear a second beep. this should reset your audio/video settings to normal.

if using HDMI, wait for about a minute for the ps3 and TV to negotiate a connection.

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Screen does not lighy


If you look very closely, is there an extremely dark picture, or a solid black screen? If it's an extremely dark picture, you just need a new backlight. If it's a black screen, you either have a bad connection (broken, shorted or unplugged cable), or need a new LCD. Let me know, and we'll go from there.

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