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I turn my 60gb on and it lights up green for 3 seconds then turns yellow and then flashes red.

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This is known as the yellow light of death. This is caused when the solder on the board melts and bridges(connects). Once this happens it shorts out the board causing the error you have now. Contact Sony nad see if the unit is still under warranty.

If the unit is not under warranty go to www.wiredextreme.com. We are a BBB accredited console repair company, and we can get your console back up and running. All of our repairs come with a 90 day warranty that covers the whole console not just what we repaired. We also offer extended warranties up to 4 years at additional cost. If you have any other questions/concerns feel free to email support@wiredextreme.com or call 1-888-389-3038.

Posted on May 26, 2010

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