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Depending on how long you have had this psp, your battery may have run out of charges. You may have to buy a new one. OR if you are using any sort of unofficial software or firmware then that may also have killed your psp. I recommend first looking up any similar problems online, uninstall any unofficial firmware or software. If that doesn't help then buy a new battery/psp.
hmmm... that sucks. Could be a fried power slide-switch. If no power is getting through the system, even when using the AC adaptor, it's probably something in the power chain.
It might be of benefit if you could try the battery and power adaptor in someone elses PSP, if they both work then it's probably something internal, and it's not unheard of for the power switches to go kaput.
If it's under warranty, take it back. If not, you'll need to have it checked out I think.