PS4 PRO Just Stopped Working Working, This Does Not Seems Like A Durable Console
My PS2 still works to this day, my first PS3 worked 8 years before being unusable, and my PS4 Pro has lasted barely a year and 11 months (bought it in September 2017). It is a piece of hardware that, for its price and release date, should be durable, not already to throw in the thrash. I always kept it clean any time I had the oppurtunity, I used for like 5 hours a day maximum and now it doesn't work? Not just the disc player, but the console starts and all I get is a dark screen, then the re-boot screen and then simply doesn't go anywhere ! It even turned itself off the first time I tried to make run again. The PS4, if it has this durability, it is not worth the price, not even discounted or with videogames included.
Anecdotes aside, at just under two years I think you have reasonable grounds to contact Sony direct (via phone) with the usual info (date and proof of purchase, the unit's serial number, etc.) and request a repair or replacement. In all fairness, it sounds like you have a defective unit, which happens with consoles (it happened on the PS2, hence that lawsuit). It's worth a try--and even if it that doesn't work, you could bring it to a local repair shop (Playstation 4 console repairs on the whole should be common enough, even if more of them are the basic units).