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If you are talking about an xbox 360 if i remember correctly the red light is a fault light. Turn off power andDisconnect ALL leads then reconnect leads not forgetting lead into power brick. If red light is still on you will need to replace power brick.
HDMI doesn't usually like being plugged in live so turn everything off before you connect leads On the PS3 you might have to reselect the output preference so hold on the power for a few seconds, you'll hear multiple beeps and hopefully it will auto select the resolution etc.
You need a screwdriver, a heat gun, arctic silver compound, lots of patience.
Dismantle your ps3 down to the motherboard. Clean off the compound on
the Graphics chips with isopropyl alcohol. Set your heat gun to around
700*F. Apply hot air to each of the Graphics chips, 1" away, in a
swirling motion for 15-17 seconds each on one side. Let cool down for
20min. DO NOT MOVE THE BOARD. Repeat for the other side. Let cool down
for 20min. DO NOT MOVE THE BOARD. Apply new compound to the graphics
chips with Arctic Silver. Put the PS3 back together and it should work.
It worked for me!
lol i had this same problem alrite take a piece of lead and move the DS right button >> and then put the lead in until you see white rubber there and poke at it and then put the lead in and leave it like that and try playing it it works who knows my works GOOD!
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it sounds like the power lead or transformer is on its way out make sure every thing is in properly move the wiers when its on if that gos a way then you will know for sure your power pack or leads are faulty
you have 1 of 2 problems m8 you have either lost your eeprom boot system or hdd problem this is sometimes caused by over heating sorry or you could have developed a power supply problem they are all easy to solve its just a case of replcing when you find out which 1 it is start with the power supply lead then work through