Broken PS3 Fixes?

by Jhet Bhlak on May 23, 2011

I don’t own a PS3 but I remember the old days when Nintendo games would go all screwy and display a bunch of blocks of colors on the screen instead of starting the game.

It was extremely aggravating! Until I found the fix and it was as simple as blowing across the connection opening of the cassette.

Now the PS3 is light years ahead of Nintendo in terms of technology…but it also looks like it’s light years ahead in terms of problems that can occur!

Here are some of the errors that can happen with a PS3:

  • Blinking Yellow Light of Death (YLOD)
  • Solid/flashing Red Light
  • Flashing Green Light issue
  • 3 beeps issue
  • Red Screen
  • Black Screen of Death
  • Freezing Screen (during game-play or during the menu)
  • HDMI issue
  • DNS error issue
  • No Power issue
  • Audio problem
  • PS3 Controllers
  • Blu-ray Drive (after freezing and Blu-ray not accepting)

So what do you do to fix these issues? Call Sony, pay $200 and wait 6 weeks to get your PS3 back? Meh, I think not. I just checked on Best Buy’s website and a brand new PS3 is around $300 and you get that right away. And it should have a manufacturers warranty with it.

Personally, I’m a cheap SOB though. I’d rather fix it myself. And this morning I stumbled across a product that shows you how to fix any error that you have with a PS3.

It comes with videos, an e-book, a members only forum, instruction manual, a 24/7 support line and a 100% 60 day money back guarantee. And it doesn’t cost hundreds of dollars or take weeks to get!

It’s called PS3 Lights Fix. Enjoy now, thank me later 🙂

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