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PS3 display problem for multiple TVs

The PS3 was working perfectly before with following 2 TVs

1)SONY 720p
2) SAMSUNG PLD 1080i


Recently, I use it with a TV 1080p SAMSUNG LCD A650.

Now, the PS3 does NOT display anything on my SONY and SAMSUNG PLD 1080i.





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Try to do a simple reset it will reset your video settings just turn it off then hold the power button then KEEP HOLDING until it beeps 2 times then it should come up note: it will not delete any of your data

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