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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: A/V will not work on PS3
Their are a coulpe of different A/V settings within the A/V settings menu. Probably the easiest way may be to plug up your A/V cable and switch the TV to that input then turn the system on with the button on the front. Then trun it off with that button, by holding it down untill the system goes off. Then push the power button down again and hold it down, then the system will turn back on and beep at u, continue to hold it down, until it beeps again(5sec. maybe). This resets the system to factor settings, but do not tell it to master reset or what ever it asks you to reset on the screen when it returns, or it will mess up your saved files. Some of your saved games will not reload if you accept the reset.
Posted on Nov 26, 2009
ok so,reset your playstation 3 and see if that works.second try to unplug the usb cable and blow it out then plug back in and try that.
Posted on Mar 13, 2010
Try to reset your video. Make sure the red light is on in the front. Hold down the power button continuously until the system turns itself off. You should hear two beeps. If you have problems give us a call at 1-888-389-3038. We are a repair company and I can have one of our techs walk you through this. You can also check out www.wiredextreme.com.
Posted on Apr 23, 2010
Try connecting the PS3 to your TV through a different port. For example, if you are using HDMI1 on your PS3, try HDMI2 or HDMI3.
Try a different cable. If you have a friend with a working cable try that.
Try a different output on the PS3. For example, if you are currently using the HDMI port, see if the standard composite or component output will work.
While convenient to plug things into an AV reciever, I find that just adds another link in the chain of devices that could go wrong.
Posted on Jul 14, 2010
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