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    PS3 Yellow Light of Death Fix Tutorial

    Update: There is another easier method that has been known to work posted here.

    Xbox 360 owners suffer from the RRoD but PS3 has its own problems. A small percentage of PS3 owners suffer from a phenomenon called "Yellow Light of Death" or "YLoD" . A issue very similar to Xbox 360. Up till now there has not been a fix for this but Gilksy1 has found a way to fix this for PS3 owners. This method is oddly familiar to the Xbox 360 RRoD repair and requires you to open your PS3 and need a heat gun.



    You can view the PDF tutorial via download link below:
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    this is great news for those that have had ylod lets hope that it fixes every ps3 that has it great work Gilksy1

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    iHope I dont run into this problem.

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    Thanks for the tutorial !! My PS3 is going again !! THKX !

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    Great job Gilksy1, this is certainly going to help a lot of people out, if they ever have the YLOD issue!, awesome job!!

    I would think this one should be made sticky, as it certainly warrants it!!
    Last edited by thefoolnz; 03-29-2009 at 07:00 AM.

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    My cousin had something like this once except his ps3 broke beyond repair. He kinda deserved it though.

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    How exactly does YLoD occur.. from overheating? Which ps3 models does it occur most on?

    Good to know there's a fix for it in case it ever happens to my ps3

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    Thanks so much for this tutorial it really does work

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    never knew about the yellow light but a kid from school said he got it and sold it on ebay and bought another one. ill show him this now lol. thanks

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