Yes, its easy just buy a new lcd screen for and make sure its the right one.Then unscrew the screws on the bottom, the back, and take out the batteries and take out those 4 but just to let you know there are two behind the warranty sticker and it will void your warranty..Then the front of the psp will come right off.Next you will see the button bar where home, start, volume, etc. is take a hobby knife or something like it and on the left side of it pry it up carefully it should come off easy.Then you will need to take off the lcd screen.Take your knife and in between the medal bracket that is holding it stick your knife in their and pry up carefully then go down more and do the same thing.Next you will so it is connected to the motherboard just lift the holders on them,Just be carefull if you break it you will have to buy a new mother board.Then just put your new one in and put it back together.
Ya it can just searcch on craigslist.org "psp repair" without the quotation marks and you'll be able to fix it for like $60.00 hope i helped u dude, i just broke my screen like 2 months ago, and i got it fixed for 60 maybe u can talk to the guy about putting custom firmware for free =D
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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!!!
if the psp screen is anything like a laptop it will have a backlight that lights up the screen what can happen is you can break the light and while you will still see things on the screen when you look closely but it wont be illuminated. i had a friend that dropped his laptop and smashed the backlight he sent it away and got it fixed
i suggest you send it to sony to get it fixed