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The x button doesn't work on my psp

My friend dropped my psp in milk and after that the x button stopped working.

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Try holding the x button down for at least 5min and then tap it for 2 min and after words put it some place where it can fell ho and dry off even though it already might be dried of.

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I think I just emailed you a Quote on Repair of this, if your name is Dennis. If you cannot get it repaired at the Quote A gave you. I suggest you open the case and clean up the entire unit. This may lead you into a majorly disabled PSP. I have great experience at doing this. The Milk can cause a form of electroplating to occur in your PSP. Where the Circuit traces run, power from the battery and the milk costing will actualy cause metal to migrate from on spot to another. You Joy stick and Pads at probably already joined or Shorted. My price is not bad. and less than the price of a Game. I gurantee the repair for 90 days. If your not Dennis, I suggest you click on " Repair Directory" and On the next Screen select " Video Game Consoles". Pick a good service. My service is listed near the top.

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