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    Contributor OnA XM202's Avatar
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    Probably just a blown fuse due to static electricity. Was your extension cable grounded? Take it back to Wally world without a receipt and see if you can get the rubes that work there give you a new one (just tell them you got it as a present a month ago).

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    Quote Originally Posted by eternal View Post
    Wow starlight, didnt know you didnt have a PS3, your missing out bro
    Yeah kinda a bummer but cannot afford one at this time.

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    Am I the only one that caught "extension cable"? If you had some kind of extension cord, don't tell Sony if you're going to send it back to them.
    And yes i did catch the extension cord but forgot to mention on it, thanks for that.

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    Thanks for everyones' interest in helping first of all. I haven't played with the ps3 in a couple months so a friend came over the other night and wanted to show him how the ps3 is and this happens. The extension cable was not grounded, neither are my wall sockets i think so i guess it'll be plugged into a power surge bar only in the future. I'll probably get a new ps3 from Sony but i'll lose v1.32 oh well.

    Thanks for the love everyone, greatly appreciated.

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    The PS3 warranty is 12 months, even in the US.

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    This definitely seems like a power supply unit problem, first thing to do is call sony up and see if they will fix it, if not then you will have to figure out a way to get a replacement PSU.

 

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