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PSP buttons The buttons act as if they are stuck on up button

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Take it apart and clean the button and if that does not work buy a replacement

Posted on Feb 11, 2012

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SOURCE: psp "R" Button problem

Hi Erikthug22,

You will have to open up your PSP to get to the contacts of the R button.

  1. REmove the battery
  2. Remove 4 screws from battery compartment
  3. Remove 1 screw from front edge under the PSP logo.
  4. Remove 2 screws from back on opposite side of battery.
  5. Lift the faceplate from the edge above the LCD slightly.
  6. Lift the front faceplate edge under the Home/Start button.
  7. You need to be very protective of the little screw hole that is under the PSP logo of the Faceplate..
  8. Do not touch the LCD screen if you can help it. If you do use a lint free cloth and windex glas cleaner to remove fingerprints and lint. Same thing for faceplate window.
  9. REmove the R button
  10. lift the rubber pad/frame behind the R button straight up.
  11. Clean the back of the rubber piece with a Q-tip and Rubbing alcohol.
  12. Clean the contact pad that is behind the rubber pad/frame.
  13. Press the rubber/fram piece back into place carefully.
  14. Put your R button back on.
  15. Be sure your LCD sreen and inside of faceplate window are clean.
  16. Refit the faceplate.
  17. Reinstall screws.

Posted on Nov 04, 2007

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SOURCE: Psp

Hey There
Well This is a hard one, My guess is that your X circuit is gone or in the good case is broken, I don't think this problem is easy to repair by somone who isn't an Expert.
If I were you I would take it to sombody who knows how to deal with this kind of stuff or to a Sony support

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Posted on Sep 21, 2008

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SOURCE: PSP directional button going crazy but button is not stuck

the analog button contact pad maybe loose or the body fixing screw maybe loose.

Posted on Aug 29, 2009

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SOURCE: i spilled lemon ade in my psp and it only affected

There is a pad underneath the L Trigger that makes contact with the receiver for the button. The pad is either stuck to the receiver or the lemonade is causing a false contact. You can take it apart to clean it, once you remove the shell, you can remove and clean both triggers. Here is a link:
http://forums.afterdawn.com/thread_view.cfm/370436

Posted on May 24, 2011

MitchMatch
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SOURCE: my start/select button act as

Hi omar199562,
Do a system restore by going to SETTINGS (farthest to the left of your main menu)-> SYSTEM SETTINGS -> RESTORE DEFAULT SETTINGS. If this does not fix the problem, you may need to open the face plate of your unit to check for any lodged -in particles or any defects associated with your PSP's HOME/START button bar. I hope the system restore fixes the problem so that you dont have to go to the hassle of dissembling your PSP. By the way, if the unit is still under warranty, it will be best for you to not do anything and let the technicians fix it for you because tinkering with your PSP may void the warranty. All the best to you my fellow PSP enthusiast.

Posted on Jul 26, 2011

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There is a pad underneath the L Trigger that makes contact with the receiver for the button. The pad is either stuck to the receiver or the lemonade is causing a false contact. You can take it apart to clean it, once you remove the shell, you can remove and clean both triggers. Here is a link:
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Well This is a hard one, My guess is that your X circuit is gone or in the good case is broken, I don't think this problem is easy to repair by somone who isn't an Expert.
If I were you I would take it to sombody who knows how to deal with this kind of stuff or to a Sony support

Sorry I can't Help More then This
Thanks for coming to FixYa

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