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Power problem my play station 3 does not come on,when i switch on the main power switch the red light comes on,but when i put the power on on the front or with the ps controller the red light starts blinking.

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  • adriano2d2 Jan 28, 2008

    the red light on the console mate.can u help me out?

  • adriano2d2 Jan 28, 2008

    the red light on the console keeps blinking.can u please help me out.

  • adriano2d2 Jan 28, 2008

    the console is only a couple of weeks old.i tried the loose wire thing,dont think dats it.thanks 4 ur help man,i guess i'll just have to send it back for repairs.but please let me know if u have any more ideas. peace!

  • Anonymous May 23, 2009

    i try 2 start my ps3 it cums on then it shutsdown and the red light blinks

  • aljaynerobo May 11, 2010

    which red light blinks, on the controller or on the console

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Sounds to me that you have loose connection, have you pulled the plug out of the socket and checked the wires are connected properly.Obviously make sure there is no power on if you do this!

Move the lead about behind the PS3 see if it makes any differance.

How old is the unit is it under warranty if it is then i would take it back to where you bought it.

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2. Make sure your Play Station 3 is connected to your regular TV (not HDTV) with the standard video cables.

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If this does not resolve the problem, follow these steps:

1. Turn off the PS3 so it only shows a red light. You can hold the power button on the front until it goes into standby. To be sure, flick the power switch on the back of the Play Station 3 off and then back on.

2. Make sure your Play Station 3 is connected to your regular TV (not HDTV) with the standard video cables.

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However, if you decide to move it to another TV that is not HD compatible, you will get no picture because the Play Station 3 is “stuck” in HD (HDMI) mode.

Follow these steps to resolve your problem:

1. Turn off the PS3 so it only shows a red light. You can hold the power button on the front until it goes into standby. To be sure, flick the power switch on the back of the Play Station 3 off and then back on.

2. Make sure your Play Station 3 is connected to your regular TV (not HDTV) with the standard video cables.

3. Press and hold the power button until the screen "flickers" and then immediately release. This should reset the video settings.

4. Wait a few seconds, and the Play Station 3 (PS3) logo should appear.

If this does not resolve the problem, follow these steps:

1. Turn off the PS3 so it only shows a red light. You can hold the power button on the front until it goes into standby. To be sure, flick the power switch on the back of the Play Station 3 off and then back on.

2. Make sure your Play Station 3 is connected to your regular TV (not HDTV) with the standard video cables.

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2. Make sure your Play Station 3 is connected to your regular TV (not HDTV) with the standard video cables.

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2. Make sure your Play Station 3 is connected to your regular TV (not HDTV) with the standard video cables.

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2. Make sure your Play Station 3 is connected to your regular TV (not HDTV) with the standard video cables.

3. Press and hold the power button until the screen "flickers" and then immediately release. This should reset the video settings.

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However, if you decide to move it to another TV that is not HD compatible, you will get no picture because the Play Station 3 is “stuck” in HD (HDMI) mode.

Follow these steps to resolve your problem:

1. Turn off the PS3 so it only shows a red light. You can hold the power button on the front until it goes into standby. To be sure, flick the power switch on the back of the Play Station 3 off and then back on.

2. Make sure your Play Station 3 is connected to your regular TV (not HDTV) with the standard video cables.

3. Press and hold the power button until the screen "flickers" and then immediately release. This should reset the video settings.

4. Wait a few seconds, and the Play Station 3 (PS3) logo should appear.

If this does not resolve the problem, follow these steps:

1. Turn off the PS3 so it only shows a red light. You can hold the power button on the front until it goes into standby. To be sure, flick the power switch on the back of the Play Station 3 off and then back on.

2. Make sure your Play Station 3 is connected to your regular TV (not HDTV) with the standard video cables.

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