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Versione corrente di: Hopey Wolf ,

Titolo:

Is my Playstation Pro PSU dead?

Testo:

So i had an issue with my system a day or so ago where it would not turn on for more than a second (the blue light would go up really quick) then shut off. I tried all the troubleshooting steps and made a service request because it felt like a bad PSU.

So a day or so passes and I wanted to try one last thing since I heard it worked on someone else's system.  So I took compressed air and sprayed the back of the Pro and tried again to turn it on; to my surprised it worked.

So what my question is, what could have happened? Why would just a few burst of air get it working again?

Dispositivo:

PlayStation 4 Pro

Stato:

open

Risposta Accettata:

-379557

Modifica di: Hopey Wolf ,

Titolo:

Is my Playstation Pro PSU dead?

Testo:

So i had an issue with my system a day or so ago where it would not turn on for more than a second (the blue light would go up really quick) then shut off. I tried all the troubleshooting steps and made a service request because it felt like a bad PSU.

So a day or so passes and I wanted to try one last thing since I heard it worked on someone else's system.  So I took compressed air and sprayed the back of the Pro and tried again to turn it on; to my surprised it worked.

So what my question is, what could have happened? Why would just a few burst of air get it working again?

Dispositivo:

PlayStation 4 Pro

Stato:

open

Risposta Accettata:

+379557

Post originale di: Hopey Wolf ,

Titolo:

Is my Playstation Pro PSU dead?

Testo:

So i had an issue with my system a day or so ago where it would not turn on for more than a second (the blue light would go up really quick) then shut off. I tried all the troubleshooting steps and made a service request because it felt like a bad PSU.

So a day or so passes and I wanted to try one last thing since I heard it worked on someone else's system.  So I took compressed air and sprayed the back of the Pro and tried again to turn it on; to my surprised it worked.

So what my question is, what could have happened? Why would just a few burst of air get it working again?

Dispositivo:

PlayStation 4 Pro

Stato:

open