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From the main menu, choose the third option, Pok?Walker. On the menu to
synchronize the Pok?Walker, press the Down, X, and L buttons at the
same time. It will then warn that the save data will be erased and
cannot be undone. Select the top option (hai) and press and hold the
center button on the Pok?Walker while highlighting the sync option.
Within one second, the device will be reset to its initial state.
Had service personnel check and it was determined that the battery and charger was good; therefore focus shifted to the motherboard. Due to the cost of the new PSP 3000 being $169.00 and possible charges to repair the PSP 1000, I determine that it would be more economical to buy a new system.
This kind of problem is usually caused by either of this 3 things: Either the problem is the battery not being able to charge anymore(bettery would need to be replaced), or the charger does not give any charge to the batter(recommend try another charger), or last would be the console charger port( would need to replace console, or repair charger por,not recommended)
As far as linloo goes the connector (the yellow part on your psp) sounds like it's going bad or it is bad. You can find it on the net for repair and should cost more than $4-7.
Do you have access to another psp? Okay so you say you have tried plugging it into different outlets. It could be the adapter (charger might be bad) But the only way to test this is to put your charger on another psp to see if it charges. And vise versa with the other person charger on your psp.
And just in case you may want to check the battery and or the conector. By doing the same method I just said.
try to charge it with another battery,if that does not solve the problem then there is a blown fuse inside the board.its besibe the battery terminal to the right.but first you have to open the unit using a triwing screwdriver and a small precision phillips screwdriver.