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Try plugging the cord (the one on the right of the back of the ps3 when facing the ps3 from the front) .The problem is that that cord will come loose, the best solution I
found was either putting it on the floor (after plugging it in all the
way) or by (when its like on top of a tv or something) looping the cord
around something, just so there isn't so much weight on where it pluggs
into the ps3..
1. if u are using hdmi port and it is connected to hdmi in your tv
setting might have been changed
1. take out ur nomal av output wire which is given by sony , plug it on to a normal tv (rgb) now u can see the display (if not try mannual swithch off the ps3 and on for 3 to 4 times) u will get the display 2. now go to settings (video settings) there is a option called video output u can change it to AUTOMATIC
Try plugging the cord (the one on the right of the back of the ps3 (when faceing the ps3 from the front)
The problem is that that cord will come loose, the best solution I found was either putting it on the floor (after plugging it in all the way) or by (when its like on top of a tv or something) looping the cord around something, just so there isn't so much weight on where it pluggs into the ps3
All you have to do is this: While it's off(red light is on) hold down the ON button until it turns on then turns back off. Now just turn it back on normally and it should greet you with display settings. Hope this works!
It sounds like the plug itself may be damaged. I would recommend finding a replacement cord for it as this can cause a fire hazard if it is not connecting properly. You should have registered your PS3 on the sony website. This will provide you with a number of support options. Just visit Sony.com and select support. This is should assist you. They have a huge forum over there as well that will assist with any further issues you might have.
reset your PS3 monitor settings by holding down the I/O
Button for when the system is off. It should beep once to let you know its on and a second time to let you know that it is reseting itself. You wont lose any info saved in your hard drive so don't worry.
also make sure that all of your cables are plugged into the correct inputs and that its nothing simple like a loose or unplugged wire.