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try using a ChickHen installer software from PC aside from running it from your PSP. Running ChickHen in PSP slim 3000 series may take several attempts. If you successfully run ChickHen, turning your PSP off (by long pressing the power switch) will revert your PSP to OFW and you need to run ChickHen again, that's why standby is always preferable for these PSP versions. CFW in these versions are considered SemiHa*k and, as said, turning PSP off will revert to OFW.
More than likely your charger is broken. If the charger has any lights on it, see if they turn on when the charger is plugged into an outlet. If the lights don't turn on, try another outlet. If the lights still won't come on, you need a new charger.
If the lights work, or your charger doesn't have any try using a different charger and see if the PSP will charge. If not, then the actual connection within your PSP is shot, or there was a short in your system.
try to turn it on using the ac adapter
try to do power cycle by removing the battery and then holding the power switch on the on possition for 15 seconds
if this does not work it might your board needs replacement
Unfortunately there is nothing you can do at present to downgrade a PSP 3000 that has firmware above 5.03. Pandora battery does not work and neither does chickhen, until someone works out a way of enabling custom firmware on a PSP 3000 above 5.03 I am afraid you are stuck to official firmware.
PSP 3000 is a Japanese PSP. PSP 3001 is the U.S. model PSP 3004 is a european model
All of the above are the same PSP, different regions. The PSP3000 allows you to play UMD movies & games, allows the use of Memory Stick Duo which also work in Sony cameras and camcorders but none have internal memory.
The PSPGO has internal memory but it does *not* use UMD discs at all! It also does not use memory stick duos as the PSP 3000 does. It's not very comfortable to play games either -- I hear it was created to compete against the i-touch but it is NOT touch screen.
Stick to the PSP-3000. It's cheaper and does more.