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Re: my fuc**ing sound won't work
Try a reset, scroll all the way to the left in your menu, scroll down to "system Settings" click x select, "restore default settings" click x
If after that it still won't work and you've had it less than a year. You'll have to send it in to Sony. Go to http://www.us.playstation.com/support/warranties/psp and click on "How to obtain Service" toward the end of the last line in the 3rd paragraph from the bottom.
Ifit has been more than a year, you'll have to pay to get it fixed eitherthrough Sony or somewhere else, or just buy a new one.
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Do you have sound at all? If you have none sound try plugging in headphones and see if you have sound there. If you do and you can increase and decrease the volume then it is a problem with the internal speakers of the headphone jack. (May need to clean it by cutting the end off a q-tip and jamming it in and out.
Try changing the PS3 Sound output settings, check the cables leading to the console and TV, and if that doesn't solve it, watch another movie, then come back to the original. If it is one movie in particular, you may want to contact Netflix online at netflix.com/youraccount. Here, you can click the "Report problem" next
to movies you've watched recently to tell Netflix about the issue.
First you want to keep it plugged in and start it. If it doesn't start, let it charge and try again. If it still doesn't start you might want to call and check if you have warranty over it, and then send it back to get it replaced. That or get a new one all together.
You want to keep the data, so you need an external storage device (memory card, flash drive and so on). Copy the data on the device. If anything happens to the PS3, you still have your data on the device. When you restore the PS3, you can put back the data.
might need a new headphone jack due to rough handling or a new volume pot. try plugging in headphones and wriggling them gently to see if you get sound, if that does not work try fiddling the volume knob, whichever gives a burst of sound will show you which needs to be replaced.