Yep. Already had this problem in the past, but I'm hoping this isn't as bad as it was back then.
Basically, I turn on my Ps3, and for a few seconds everything seems ok...the orchestra-like music goes on (the theme that lets you know that the Ps3 is on), and I see the usual background (the colored one, with lines that look like whisps of smoke moving delicately across the screen).
However, nothing else happens. Meaning, no programs, no games, no NOTHING. There's simply nothing THERE.
The only thing I still seem able to do is reset it by keeping the on-button pressed down for about 11 seconds or so, but that's it.
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If you put thermal paste on the processor, you need to recheck the processor to be sure that it is seated right, no pins are bent and that the ZIF socket is put back in locked position. If this was not the processor that you put the paste on, then it might not be electrically neutral and you have shorted it out with the wrong paste.
You need to stop using it immediately before you cause some damage or more than you may already have That is just common sense. It should not overheat or be any different than it was in the past without problem
The car has to be checked over/diagnosed,tested,etc for various issues to resolve
Borrow or Rent a car until resolved
No way to guess at the problem
You should have some type of codes avail even if the check light isn't on,you need professional help to get a start on resolving
The timing belt maybe worn & jumped or the head gasket bad.
Over heating isn't usually a cheap repair unless the thermostat sticks partially closed
The RPM moves around the car is 11 years old,so it may just need a though going over
Timing Belt,O2 Sensors,Exhaust Converter,Spark Plugs and such
If you depend on a repair shop to do things & don't have the knowledge to request work done throughout the year,then you run into a lack of proactive preventative maintenance situation. Most things are simple looking back, once resolved
That sounds pretty bad.... you can try to take out all batteries, including the back up, leave it sit for a minute or so. If that doesn't fix your problem you can try calling TI-cares (800-842-2737), they may be able to help. I hope it isn't lost
Dear Friend,Make sure the VGA cable is properly connected(also ensure Driver Properly Re-installed).Overly green color means the Red gun is turning off. This could be a cable issue or a component failing within the monitor. You can try and move the cable around and see if it improves.OR It might be with bad picture tube, but it's most likely a bad solder connection. It may probably turns out that the board connector pins are poorly soldered to the printed circuit board. As the unit warms up, stuff expands and the connection "heals" temporarily. Hope this make you a Conclusion....Thanks for Contacting FixYa
Basically, the TV is trying to power up the screen. If it fail to do so, the TV will automatically turn itself off to protect other part from being damaged inside.
The problem is going to be the Backlight Inverter Board. It's the circuit board that supplies power to the screen. You can usually find a replacement board at a good price at Shopjimmy.com
Ensure the key lock is not activated by sliding
"Power on/off ( )/Hold" towards the center
position. If your player isn’t already on, turn it on by
sliding "Power on/off ( )/Hold" to the left
and holding until the player turns on.
You can also try resetting the player by removing/reinserting (or changing) the battery.
Yep, sounds like a bad connection on the display's internal cable.
Need to check and see if the Electronic View Finder also shows the lines. If it does, then it may be a sensor problem, instead. If not, then the display has a bad connection or has gone bad itself.
In either case, it's not a trivial issue.