I got an old psp 1001 that worked perfectly fine til a few months ago. I dropped out from a height of about 3 feet and now it wont turn on. The catch is this, at first the green light came on for about 1 or 2 seconds then shut off, i tried attaching the charger and the light holds as if it has a charge but repeats the same process with the green light coming on then going off. Well i left it alone for awhile and bought a new one, but i wanted to get this ol bad boy up and running. So now the only time it will attempt to turn on is if i remove the battery and attach the charger but it still does the same thing. Is my battery fine? Do i have a problem somewhere in the power chain?? anyone help me out please.
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Re: Umm A little psp help here please??
This appears to be a solder joint problem on the Motherboard where the battery connects. It will require you to send them to Sony for Warranty repair. Or, If you are out of warranty contact Info@playstationclinic.com for a repair quote and shipping instructions. If you want to repair this yourself. you will need detail electronics experience and tools to repair the problem. Even most electronics people do not always have the skills to work with Surface mount technology.
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hey... how old exactly is your psp 1001? i have a friend with the same problem.. turns out something happened to his psp... something happened or that he did something accidentally to his psp...i don't if this is any help but he always played his psp 24/7 and never stopped.. it was always on.. but now sometimes his psp doesn;t produce any sound anymore... try to take your psp back to sony for a repair.
You probably need a new memory stick module inside the PSP. I have seen this many times in my store and we replaced the board and it worked fine. Contact your local game stores to see if they do console repairs. See if there is a Play-N-Trade within your area. I work at one and we do repairs. I'm not sure if Gamestop or Gamecrazy do repairs.
It's NOT a cartridge if this works... I had a similar problem with a 9600 I bought on eBay that had been inoperable over 18 months. Three colors would NOT clear up after multiple power cleanings. Epson support politely solved the issue at no charge on the phone... he had me drop a few drops of warm water on the pad the printhead rests on when not printing. You have to move the printhead to the left to do that by moving up the little lever near the cutter. The pad is easier to reach with a long eye dropper. I used very warm water- not boiling. I replaced the printhead over the warm water pad for an hour. Then I repeated the process and let it be for another 60 minutes. Then I did a nozzle check and what was gummed up yellow, cyan, and magenta nozzles became clear and it's worked fine since. Good luck!