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Remove psp front cover

Can u find me some instructions that i can print on how to take off the front psp cover

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I dont know of any instructions to print out to tell you but i can tell it to you plainlly
if you have the 2000 version of the psp system there are 7 screw u need to remove
1 on the bottom
4 behind the battery
and 2 on the back right side you will see the holes for them there
after you get those screws out u carfully pull the front and back apart the front part is your cover it
be careful cause the buttons fall out

Posted on Oct 27, 2008

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