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PSP Screen won't show.

So i was in the car and placed the PSP in the backseat. My friend, who was carpooling with me, pushed all my stuff to the side of the car where the door is (my backpack, lunch, sweater, and PSP) Then he saw someone and opened that door and everything fell out. Now the PSP has a dent and a couple scratches.

When I turn it on it works. The Green light is on and on for hours, until the battery probably dies? Do i need to change my LCD, or what?

PS It worked perfectly before the incident.

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Could be that the cable came loose in the psp that connects to the lcd and it probably needs to be reseated.

If that doesn't do the trick then the screen could be bad or when things got pushed to the side it messed up the main board probably. Won't know until its opened.


Posted on May 14, 2009

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