Simply moving your PlayStation 5 should solve the majority of overheating concerns. It is advisable to set it up upright (on its stand) on top of something sturdy and non-conductive, such glass or wood. It should not be set on top of any soft materials since this can trap heat, cause static electricity, and generally impair the PS5’s cooling system.
Additionally, you should make sure that your fans are clean by blowing on them or applying canned air. It may be unwise to use any form of vacuum to clean your device’s fans, since such are known to generate enough static electricity to cause harm to the delicate components listed previously in this article. You’ll also want to make sure that your PS5 is positioned in a location that has sufficient cooling, such as a room with a fan. Placing the PS5 in a particularly hot or humid room may be causing it to poorly cool itself off.
If none of the aforementioned remedies are successful, you might have a manufacturing flaw that necessitates returning your PlayStation 5 console to Sony, if your warranty is still in effect. In the US, every PlayStation 5 console has an one-year warranty that can be extended for up to 90 days by registering the device. Your PS5 may be crashing for a number of causes in addition to overheating.