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Won't even come on (No Fan, No light, No nothing)

I plugged it up and i went to put the cables into the tv and a spark came out and shock the **** out of me. Well anyway i went to turn my ps3 on and it didn't even do anything at all. I want to know can they fix this?

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Posted on Jan 24, 2009

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