After observing my situation of my broken PS3 I quickly scoured the web in search of a solution to fix my PS3. The first thing that I stumbled upon was the repair service that Sony offered. I discovered that Sony would either replace or fix broken PS3 consoles and have it returned to me in six weeks time. With this offer I was decently satisfied until I discovered what they would charge, that being $150-$200. After discovering the price for their repairs I thought it was ridiculous to pay such a fee for repairs.
Bypassing Sony's offer I knew there must be some other way to repair my system, so I began searching for DIY methods. After relentlessly searching for information I finally stumbled upon the PS3 Lights Fix Guide for my broken PS3. Initially I was hesitant about purchasing this guide as I was not sure of my technical skill with this sort of thing, but after reading a few reviews about the product I was informed that technically anyone could repair their broken PS3.
I then reviewed the product description in more detail, shockingly I discovered that this product provides information for virtually every issue to fix broken PS3 consoles and it provides step-by-step video instructions. Along with this they offered a bonus package that included methods to receive free TV channels and install Linux onto my PS3. Along with this they give you a money back guarantee so I thought that I had nothing to lose, so I purchased the guide. - PS3 Broken