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Do you mean the TV is on AV or the PS3 is on AV? Either way, try this, it will not hurt your PS3 at all! Turn off the ps3, then hold down the power button until you hear the second beep, then can take up to a minute. Once you hear the second beep allow it to boot normally. My friend swears you need to do this with the ps3 powered on. But I don't think so, but just in case the original solution doesn't work, try this. If this doesn't work, it's probably a problem with the cords, or the tv.
Hello If the game box have AV out on it, you can connect it to tVs AV in by using an AV connector wire.This is the pircure of the AV cable that should connected in between TV and game box. You must select the input to TV as AV.
put your old av cables in you got with the ps3. turn system off, turn it back on using the button on the console not the control but hold the button down until you hear it beep once, keep holding it down until you hear a second beep, this will reset the ps3 back to the av outputs. you can change it to scart afterwards in the video menu settings
You have what sounds like a failing vertical output IC also could be some bad capacitors. If you are able to solder it would cost a few dollars to try this and see if it fixes it. If not you would need to replace the whole board itself and that could cost you a little bit more money. If you need a tech it is time to get rid of it you are looking at at least 200 dollars for repair.