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Psp scrolls down and left Help Plz

My psp cursor keep scrolling down and to the left even if i dont touch it

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Your directional pad is sticking. you can buy a replacement cheaply on ebay

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Ur Analog is alwys the cause for that just rotate it in all directns

Posted on Aug 05, 2009

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Mybe its pressed hardly from the inside...u need to bring it in d psp repair service repair and they'll fix it....

Posted on Jul 12, 2009

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Try letting it cool down this happened to me before

Posted on Aug 14, 2009

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Hi, I'm here to help you find the AOSS feature on your psp.
1. on the XMB screen, navigate to settings
2. under settings, scroll down to NETWORK SETTINGS. and click on the X buttom.
3. Select INFRASTRUCTURE MODE and click on the X buttom
4. select NEW CONNECTION and click on the X buttom
5. Under WLAN SETTINGS scroll down to select AUTOMATIC and click on the X buttom to select AOSS

HOPE YOU FIND IT USEFUL.

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