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PlayStation 3 SlimはSony Computer Entertainmentによって製造された、PS3の第二世代モデルです。2009年9月1日に発売されました。

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Ps3 Power issue, how do I fix this?

Every time I try to turn on my ps3, it will power up for about ten seconds, then turn off, beeping like three times, and the light will quickly go from yellow to a flashing red. It does eventually turn completely on and functions normally, but I need to power it on over and over for nearly ten minutes of frustration just to get it running properly. How do I get around this so it just functions the way it is supposed to? Just the most recent time (today in fact) I powered it on, when I finally got it to work, the system had to rebuild its storage database. I haven’t had the machine long, I got it from a package deal from my dad’s friend, $250 for a tv and the system, and for the past two weeks it’s been having this issue, but this is the first time a system file was actually corrupted over it, I need to know how to solve this issue so my whole system doesn’t end up bricked

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From a previous posting by OldTurkey:

https://www.ifixit.com/User/263105/oldtu...

The red flashing light and the console down due to excessive heat. I believe what you are starting to see is the classic symptom of a very near YLOD. I would either try and repair it myself, using the guides from here  Yellow Light of Deathの修理 and this PlayStation 3 Yellow Light of Death (YLOD) Fix Kit  or get someone to do it for you. Good Luck

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But, how could it be overheating if it does it as soon as I turn the system on, without it being on at all throughout the day prior? Is there any way I can just prevent the YLOD without having to repair it that way?

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If the compound is starting to get hard, it will "shrink" a bit when cool. That means that the first time the PS3 is turned on, the unit will overheat because the compound is essentially not working (has gaps). With the CPU heating up, the compound may be making better contact which is what is needed for it to work properly. Thus... it works!! Until the unit cools down again and the process starts all over again.

note: this is just a guess that explains the reported behavior and does not mean that this is the actual problem.

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That... actually sounds like it's most probable. My room is always around 50-60 degrees fahrenheit, it gets cold in here, and it does take a while until the system does power on fully. Enough time for it to have warmed up regularly from powering on and off again repeatedly, and it (from what it seems) has been taking even longer to turn on if I quit trying for a while and let it cool down a bit. It also stays on gradually longer (though only by a second or two) the more I try until booting it up. After a few tries being just long enough for me to hear it boot up and see the screen actually appear on my tv just before it turns off again, and rinse and repeat a few more times when it finally stays on. So if that is the case, how do I fix that, just keep it in a sort of warmer spot? Or keep a small heater near it or something weird like that to warm it up before I try powering it on excessively?

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The"fix" for this, if I am right about the compound, is to replace it with new. Open up the unit and take off the old compound and replace it. There are dis-assembly videos available to guide you through the process.

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Can I just leave my system on but idle so I don't have to replace anything? I don't really want to pour more money into it. As I said, my room is really cold, especially at night, so I don't think it will really overheat if it's only idle and on. My Uncle never ever turned his system off and it was just fine. Maybe I can try that for a while before already replacing things when I just received the unit less than two weeks ago.

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Try getting an Xbox instead.

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I've already an Xbox, it's at my girlfriend's house though, I don't care enough to try to bring it over to mine, I have this ps3 here that I can just use instead, so I don't see the point in taking a system away from her and have two on my hands.

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Michael Muehe さん、ありがとうございました!
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