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Psp wont charge, no usb. battery empty after last game.

My sony psp wont charge. my kids played with it until it went out, i guess battery's empty. i kept it for a while in the cabinet, and when i tried to charge it nothing happens. no orange light. it wont turn on also. it doesnt have a usb when it was given to us. it's new though, only 4 mos old.

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  • bgarries Jun 02, 2009

    i'm afraid i cannot use the services from that link coz i'm in the Philippines. i tried to connect the charger without the baterry, it still doesn't work. no green light. and i tried to charge it for 5-6 hrs, as you said, no orange light. isn't that the indicator that the baterry's charging? or electricity is coming through? tnx anyway.

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Believe it or not, if the psp works you can play it with out a battery using thee charger. Try that and see if it works at all. If it does then you may need to replace your battery, or leav it and let it charge for about 5-6 hours.

If it's 4 months old and it does not work at all you should still be under your manufacturer's warranty.

here is a link: https://service1.us.playstation.com/rma.htm?_flowExecutionKey=_c85468FC2-00F1-73C8-F8E5-75CD6F7D29EA_kA93A8E0B-D0A2-DB00-D631-BB67FD1DF0A2

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