PS3 Power Supply Test

How to Test the Power Supply for a PS3

PS3 Power Supply - The Playstation 3 has many impressive talents, but all the weight on the food. Output which provides power supply, power cord, and the inner workings of the machine may be influenced a certain type of damage. The system can also by the absence of air flow to the inputs of overheating. Test the elements of power must be carried out once a month, or when the PS3 is not working properly.

  1. Check the power cable that runs to the back of the PS3 into the wall outlet or surge protector. There should be no exposed metal parts of the child at any point along the line. If the cable is cut or broken, must be replaced. The power cords are electrical hazards and fire.
  2. Place one hand on top of the PS3. The PS3 should be warm but not hot to the touch. If the PS3 is too hot, remove the plug and unplug the console in an open space. Use a handheld vacuum cleaner to blow dust from the vents on the side. Putting the PS3 into a new place where there is more more exposed to air. It should be 4 inches play both sides of the PS3.
  3. for the hum of the fans listening to hear if they work or not. PS3 should always fan noise. Pay attention to the status LEDs on the front of the PS3. If the red LED flashes the PS3, or if you smell of ozone, is overheating. The indoor fan may not work correctly and is not proper cooling of internal capacitors. The machine must be repaired.
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