Question about Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console
THESE STEPS WILL VOID YOUR WARRANTY!!!
You will need:
1 Fairly Small Screw Driver
Something Soft to protect your screen (Optional)
Something sticky to hold your small screws (Optional, but recommended)
Ability to remember where you removed screws from =D
1. Flip your PSP on the front side (screen side).
2. Unscrew the two screws on the outside opposite of the battery.
3. Open the battery panel, and unscrew the screws under the battery.
4. CAREFULLY, take off the faceplate and make sure your L/R buttons are properly secured and clear from dust/dirt.
5. Check the 'Home', 'Start', etc., buttons for anything that may "jam" them.
6. Reassemble your PSP by screwing the screws back into their proper areas.
AGAIN, this will VOID any warranty you have and I AM NOT responsible for any damages to your PSP!!!
Posted on Oct 02, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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