Machine Bleeps when turned on with no lights coming on
When I turn my machine on, the power light comes on but it just bleeps at me. Non of the other lights come on. I thought it may be the level part but the machine is perfectly level. Any ideas PLEASE!
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This is RAM error. If you have tried to install new RAM module, probably it is incompetible with your motherboard or other RAM modules or BIOS RAM timings. Try to replace that module or restore to defaults BIOS RAM settings.
This is the yellow light of death. It happens when the system overheats causing the solder to melt on the board. It needs to be reflowed professionally. Contact Sony if it is still under warranty. If not, check out www.wiredextreme.com. We are a game console repair company that is BBB accredited. All of our repairs come with a 90 day warranty. Feel free to call 1-888-389-3038 or e-mail [email protected] if you have any questions.
The machine has a defrost function, pressing the temperature button twice will start this and show a snowflake in the top right hand corner Press the temperature button twice, ( A snowflake will appear in the top left corner) this acts as a defrost button. F37 will probably occur more often if your machine is stored in a outhouse. or try thawing out the water pipe.
There are over 20 bleep codes, it sounds like morse code with short & long bleeps, these bleeps are for on board memory, remove RAM from slots & re instal one at a time in another compatable machine to check if RAM is OK, check power pack, also check power switch connection on front panel conection block on mobo
I used the solution I found for a slightly different fault, ( this was the same fault but without the bleebs)
switch off mains and turn off water. Then disconnect water pipe and lay machine on it's back. Switch on electrics, and allow water to run out. Switch off electrics and stand machine up .Reconnect everything and hey presto I can hear two good things, the machine gently humming, and my wife telling me what a genius I am !!