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My joystick is not working normally as it use to be.

Im having a problem with the anolog joystick on my psp.It sticks and makes it hard to operate.Also when you go to any screen where you have to pick a level or put your name in,the icon just jumps around.Is this a related problem with the joystick,or do i have another problem.I took the face off and removed the joystick and turned the psp on and it still does the same thing.

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I know how to solve this so worry not! here's the solution:
1:your joystick may have a little part that is dismembered so buy a new one
2:ask for a assistant to open your psp to put the joystick properly
3:I have the same problem so here's what I do.




good luck

Posted on Jul 25, 2009

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my psp have a problem on joystick the X and O was change,the one X was operating cancel mode and the O it was a ok.mode.
what will i do?

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