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Hi there. I had the same problem after a while of having them packed and unused! Try this: Hard clean the batteries connectors with alcohol or some other cleaning fluid (I don't remember which one I've used). It solved my problem and now they charge fine and even with the expiration date of the batteries expired they are still working but I mean working very very well. Hope this helped though somewhat late reply... Might help other users too!
Depending on your television, if it's a tube then your display settings should be at 480i and no higher. Sounds like you set it at 720 or 1080 and your TV can't handle the resolution. You need to go to the PS3 main screen (turn on without game in it) and select the "settings" ( might be called "system settings", 2nd or 3rd icon from the left), a sub menu will show up and look for the 'display settings' heading and change it back to 480i. That should do it. Reset the PS3 just to make sure the new settings take effect.