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PS3 wont turn on

I have my 80 GB from USA and i moved to Korea. here i hooked up the A/V cable to a transformer (voltage difference) and when i plugged in the HDMI cable to the PS3 from the TV, my whole house's lights went out. After I turned lights back on, i tried to turn on my PS3 and the red light doesnt even show anymore. my wii and ps2 work fine. how do i solve this? PLEASE HELP!!

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I'm not sure, but it sounds like you may of blown your PS3.

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