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Psp was connected to car charger and now does not work.Set at 4v

Psp was connected to car charger and now does not work. The car charger has several voltage selections, but the PSP did not come on to either; starting at 4.5 and moved up. Connected to home chager, but not power light or anything. Can you help?

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Had service personnel check and it was determined that the battery and charger was good; therefore focus shifted to the motherboard. Due to the cost of the new PSP 3000 being $169.00 and possible charges to repair the PSP 1000, I determine that it would be more economical to buy a new system.

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Posted on May 18, 2009

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