So thought of a title that would probably bring some viewers in.
Over the last few months, I've had minor problems with my PS4.
The game would randomly get ejected while I'm playing. There would be 3 beeping sounds at random times, sometimes when I even just touched the console.
As of late (I mean like the last few days), I've come home from University as we get a 1 week break. So I brought my PS4 ofcourse, with me. The problems started happening again, but now more frequently. It wouldn't allow me to insert any disc (its like the mechanism that pulls in the disc and ejects it was just refusing to read anything and it kept making this loud fan-based noise as if it was trying to read something, and it would make this noise every 10 seconds or so).
So I figured shutting the PS4 off would fix it like it had before on different occassions.
Well, turning it off didn't help.
So I pulled the power cord out and waited 30 seconds and re-plugged it. Same **bleep**.
Sometimes I'm lucky to even start a game up, but it just ejects the disc and my game closes randomly. Its really annoying.
I don't know what to do. This has happened for CoD and BF4. And the beeping sound still happens even when there is no disc in the console! Like I was playing Outlast last night and it randomly beeped. The console is in an open area, plenty of room and space. No overheating should happen as I've kept the PS3 there and other systems and they were fine.
Anyone got any ideas? Should I just send it back to Sony?
Hit me up with any ideas. Thanks homies.
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This is the auto eject problem people have been talking about in the Support forum (listed under another problem where some people can't seem to eject their discs). I'm having the same issue right now, but seems less severe than yours. I'm able to go through entire days not hearing the beeping if I just keep the system unplugged for a while after every time it starts happening.
I would suggest calling support and probably getting a replacement from them.
There's obviously something wrong with the internal hardware.
Sorry to say but you wil probably have to contact Sony and go through the replacement process. They will probably send you a new one provided you have it activated and registered.