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Down arrow key not working properply; cursor keeps moving up on its own: sometimes doesn't respond to down arrow key being pressed

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U probably have sticky stuff and dirt in the directional pad, try this:

take the battery out, make sure the power is off, pour a little alcohol in the the crack of the directional pad, then press the directional pad in the different directions to loosen it up, finally let the psp sit for a few hours til the alcohol dries (or blow in it) that sould loosen everything up, if that does not work you will have to open the unit and clean the pad thorougly...

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