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There is a malfunction with the hard disk, or internal proccessor board or chip itself. The hardware is not booting properly so it shuts down so it does not damage itself further before repair is performed.
You could try pressing the power button and holding it down. You will hear the first beep when you press it but hold it down until it beeps a second time it will take 5 to 10 seconds. This will reset the console and it may boot up. If this does not work you can go to www.us.playstation.com and check the user knowledgebase and/or support for a solution.
i had the same problem a while back. I fooled around with my camera lens a bit and it turned out that one side of the lens was sticking out a bit. I pressed down on this and pushed the power button and it worked. The next time I turned it on the same thing happened but if you keep doing the same thing it should work.
The first place i would look is for an improperly seated ram stick or add-in card, also checking all the cables ( both data & power) inside the case.
Then i would inspect the system memory to make sure they are completely compatable.Take the two screws out of the back of the side cover and remove the side from the computer and physically inspect everything i mentioned above.
This is step ONE, dont rate yet , there will be step two and three ime pretty sure..