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To troubleshoot this problem :
Plug something else into the same outlet. If it doesn't work, than it's a problem with that outlet.
It could also be a problem with the power chord. Make sure it's connected correctly. If you can, try to use a different one.
Check the connectors on the power chord and the outlet on the PS4 itself for sign she of damage.
If none of these work, it's probably a problem with the power supply. These are quite common, but you're probably have to take it in to a repair place.
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+I personally sent mine in to TronicsFix and I would highly recommend them if you decide to send it in. If not, there are various guides in the internet to replace the power supply yourself.

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To troubleshoot this problem :
Plug something else into the same outlet. If it doesn't work, than it's a problem with that outlet.
It could also be a problem with the power chord. Make sure it's connected correctly. If you can, try to use a different one.
+Check the connectors on the power chord and the outlet on the PS4 itself for sign she of damage.
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If none of these work, it's probably a problem with the power supply. These are quite common, but you're probably have to take it in to a repair place.

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To troubleshoot this problem :

Plug something else into the same outlet. If it doesn't work, than it's a problem with that outlet.

It could also be a problem with the power chord. Make sure it's connected correctly. If you can, try to use a different one.

If none of these work, it's probably a problem with the power supply. These are quite common, but you're probably have to take it in to a repair place.

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