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I got a used PSP and it won't turn on

I just got a used PSP and when I try to turn it on it won't go on. When I charge it the orange light goes on, but when I try to turn it on while it's charging it still won't go on. I don't know what to do.

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  • sixjk Nov 06, 2007

    Have the PSP and it won't turn on now. It's been working, but not anymore. The orange light comes on when you charge it, and the green light flashes when you try to turn it on. What is bricked? Help me...

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IT IS BRICKED use a pandora battery go here for more info: www.console-crazy.com

Posted on Sep 22, 2007

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    im telling you . its bricked .. same thing happened to me before... fixed it myself with a pandora battery and a friends working psp

    that way. you need not purchase a new motherboard or get sony to replace one

    but i guess if you have warranty . then no problem there

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The same happened me, did you try leaving the battery out for about 24hrs !

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Have you been able to turn it on at all? if you tried any homebrew, you might have bricked it.

Posted on Apr 29, 2007

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psp IS bricked you can repare it yourself with a pandora battery go here for more info: www.consol-crazy.com

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we all know if the orange light doesn't come on it means its full charge but in your case its still the same maybe you should go to a mechanic that knows how to fix it or go back to your warranty and say its still the same thats why it is functioning that way is because their is something wrong inside please vote for me cloud_foe :)

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Batteries lose their capability to charge to their highest capacity after each charge. I would reccomend a new battery.

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