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Bugs are a huge problem for the pS4

Sony PS4 Pro

Bugs are a huge problem for the pS4

It turns out that the PS4, the world’s biggest selling console, suffered a serious insect problem and Sony did not want to repair these devices.


Although Playstation 4 is among the favorites of game lovers, it can sometimes fail for no reason. More precisely, users think that there is no reason for the breakdown. However, if you keep your PS4 near a dark area, it is actually caused by the bugs.



Why do the cockroaches like the PlayStation 4? There is only one answer to this problem: The power source is ideal for nesting. Cockroaches go into the PS4 units at the height where they can reach. The power supply offers them a warm environment to live and reproduce. In this process, the user does not realize that the game console has been captured by insects. Until one of the them touches the wrong spot, so both the cockroaches die and the PlayStation 4 suddenly breaks down.



The real problem for users is starting after this point. Sony does not agree to repair the PS4 units, which are nestled by insects. For this, it is necessary to go to the repairmen outside the scope of the guarantee. If you succeed in finding a mechanic who will accept to do this, the PS4’s power supply is replaced and the problem is solved.


In order to overcome the Hammock problem, you have to place your PlayStation 4 as high as possible on the floor and prefer the light-free environments (shelves). Otherwise, you may witness that your game console suddenly deteriorates.

Jack Goodman

Founder & CEO of BrightTitan

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