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The battery pack on my psp got wet when I dropped it.

Now when I play it for ten minutes the game starts skipping. This happens with different games. Then I have to turn it off. Not sure if I need to get a new battery pack. Any suggestions?

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You should get a new battery pack,you could have saved it by putting it in rice and it would have soaked up the moistureout of the battery pack

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