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When the sensor things a certanly temp is reached, it will give this error.
on the other hand it could be the cooling is not optimal, so the processor is really healing up. I would not risk burning it. Let a tech check this. Pernis only Some new cooling paste is needs between the processor and the cooler.
Switch off the console. Press and hold the power button until you hear another one beep. This will reset your video settings. If this not help you, check your cables. Otherwise you have a hardware problem with your console.
The issue with two discs in the tray sounds a little people peculiar and hopefully didn't damage the drive. It could be theYLOD (Yellow Light of Death) in which when you power the console on, it will be solid, then blink, then solid again.
Make sure your HDMI, Composite, or RCA cable is secure. Try different cable types just in case.
You can shipped the system back to Sony and they can exchange it for a refurbished system; check out YouTube videos for some fixes, or look for someone who fixes ps3s on Craigslist
Assuming you're in the US, Sony's website has a lot of the manuals available for download. These aren't "services manuals" for actually taking the console a part, but I didn't think t hat's what you were looking for anyway since you asked for instructions.
Only some models were able to play PS2 and PS1 games, these were early 20Gb, 60Gb and some 80Gb models. The 20Gb model number would of been CECHB**, the 60Gb model would of been CECHA** or CECHC** and the 80Gb model would of been CECHE**. Only these models are backwards compatible. The funcionality was removed from newer models and also the new PS3 slim model.