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This could be any of a number of problems try these solutions one of
which may work. If they all fail to work you can contact sony directly
at http://www.uk.playstation.com/Support/PS3 or http://www.us.playstation.com/support/PS3
Remove any obstructions from the vents.
Allow at least 4 inches of clearance on all sides for the PLAYSTATION 3.
Remove the PLAYSTATION 3 from any cabinets so it is out in the open.
Shut the PLAYSTATION 3 down completely and let it cool down to room temperature, then try running it again.
If the fan cannot be heard before the system shut down, the PLAYSTATION 3 may need to be sent in for service.
If there is no airflow from any of the vents, the system may need to be sent in for service
There's a strong possibility that the Blu Ray laser has croaked. Since this is a minor repair, you might be able to have this taken care of at GameStop, or another local shop that specializes in minor repair of PS consoles. If it needs to be sent somewhere to be fixed, I recommend PSR. You can contact them at www.psr1.com . They do warranty & out-of-warranty work. I found their prices very reasonable. Hope this helped. Good luck, fellas
Its most likely something to do with your Blu-ray lasor. Try cleaning the lasor with a Cd/DVD cleaner found in most electrical stores. To play Blu-ray cds and games the lasor is required to work with full presistion, dust or dirt on the lasor can effect the lasors capacity to function properly. If nothing changes, contact the Sony helpline and they will help you through the processes of what to do.