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Blue means that your system is not charging, when it is charging it should be pink/purple. when the battery is full it will turn blue. If the blue/pink light stay on it may mean that your battery is no longer charging completely. If it is still under warranty, get a replacement battery for free... otherwise it may be time to invest in a new battery.
I have several controlers in several different colors, but "coincidently" several of the blue colored controls have had the LED lights stop working completely. I am begining to think that many blue colored Sixaxis PS3 controlers were made during a version that had problems with the LED lights going out and no longer working, or simply a bad batch of controlers.
Did you try letting it charge for a while, even if the ligfhts won't light up, then press and hold the PS3 button to check and see if it took the charge?
On my blue controlers, they still charge and still work, but none of the LED lights illuminate anymore.
Solution would be to buy a new controler, or ignore the lights not working.
I'm having the same problem with my Creative WP-350 Wireless headphone; the blue light stays lit. I've tried charging the device fully and pressing the + (volume increase) and the multi function buttons with no success. There has to be someone out here that can provide the solution. I wrote to the Creative tech folks too, awaiting for a reply
has spark? has fuel going to carb? if you smell gas from the muffler or carb then it not burning check for spark pull plug touch away from the hole so you don't ignite the vapors on the engine look for a great blue red spark
The only time I've seen this in the past is when its a bad motherboard. This repair runs between $250 - $350. If your laptop is more than 3 or 4 years old, I recommend purchasing a new one instead. If you want to be sure its the motherboard, call a computer repair shop and ask how much they charge for diagnostics. Most charge $20. Don't take it to a big brand name store like best buy or comp usa.