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    playstation 3 vent? should i worry at all?

    i have the 60gb ps3 the old one. ok i know the front ps3 vent sucks in air, but is it powerful enough to suck in water mist lets say from a perfume? my girlfriend was spraying some right beside my ps3 i believe 3 inches from it and my ps3 its turned on. im not being anal is this enough to create a short circuit? my ps3 works fine.

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    If it's close enough, then it's POSSIBLE you may encounter issues that could be resolved with cleaning the vent (it's risky tho). However, the problem would be almost immedite, so if no issues arise now, then don't worry.


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