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Baking a PS3 in a crappy oven

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Hey guys, I have a ps3 laying around with the infamous YLOD. I have checked everything that could be checked,and I have decided to bake it. I already took the damn thing apart so it's just a question of putting it in the oven, but there is a problem. The oven doesn't monitor temperature and the markings on it are faded,so I can't be sure at what temperature the thing is at. Should I just go for it and hope for the best ? . I bought another ps3 so it won't affect me that much If it doesn't work out.
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might as well try.
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I'm gonna build some courage and try it. Then I will post results hehe.
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full blast, 20 mins of warming up, and then put it in for 5 mins
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full blast, 20 mins of warming up, and then put it in for 5 mins
Sounds good.
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Here is a pic of the mess I made .
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I wouldn't have done it on the carpet.
     
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I wouldn't have done it on the carpet.
Me neither but I would have pissed my parents if i did it in the living room .

I think this might have been the culprit hehe.

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I wouldn't have done it on the carpet.
This time 10 lol never work on computer stuff like that
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Me neither but I would have pissed my parents if i did it in the living room .

I think this might have been the culprit hehe.

LOL!!!!!!! yea could possibly be hahaha are those pube hairs lol
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