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PSP battery keeps popping out by itself or when ever you pop the back out to put a disk in. Its charger does not go in as well as it should = we think. You have to twist it to get the light to go. And we think there is a faulty connection in the psp battery connection - as it turns off by itself when battery is slightly moved even with the back on. What should we do. Thanks Jayson Kermode

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  • kermodes Sep 21, 2008

    yes thanks

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Hey, if you can handle a screwdriver and take the psp apart you could inspect the connectors. I beleave sony will repair this for you, if its under warranty, or with a price if out of warranty.

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  • Ekse Sep 21, 2008

    the battery, if its just not touching the pins correctly. try lifting the connector pins, with a needle for example. Is the battery loose inside?



    and the connector as I said earlyer, you would need to take the psp apart inspect the connector, possibly replace it.

  • Ekse Sep 21, 2008

    Let me know if you need anything.



    Thanks,

    Ekse

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