Question about Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console
My kids psp has developed a problem. From time to time it locks up with the display being a series of vertical lines (image is gone). This seems to be when it is knocked or put down, twisted/gripped slightly etc. Taking the battery out fixes it. It has become very sensitive to this....like a connection is loose. Help anybody!!!! This is the second PSP this family has had, The last one was dropped in the toilet (now all games are banned from the bathroom)
For your first PSP: there is a loose conection of LCD Screen with the motherboard and the solution is as follow: You can open the PSP and just lift the LCD Screen up be sure before lifting LCD Screen one thin Switch panel of micro buttons Home,VOL,select etc, you have to remove this first then only it is possible to lift the LCD Screen and after that you check that broad connection strip which is fixed with the motherboard socket you remove it this strip and refixed it again,your problem should get solved if suppose your LCD Screen is not broken.
Posted on Sep 03, 2007
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