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Sony psp just bought a sony psp on ebay and had no instructions!! i don't know how to turn it on i don't know where the power button is

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Here is a link to a picture of the power button.

http://www.psprepairuk.com/images/clip_image003.jpg

Posted on Jan 24, 2009

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