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Have you tried turning on, but then hold the power switch down for around 10-15 seconds or until the power light simply turns off, no flashing. If not, then you should jump on the internet and look for a so-called Pandora Battery and Magic Memory Stick. They will actually install custom firmware on your PSP which you can remove later on, but if you use those, it should unbrick the PSP, so you can use it again.
Hi commonly what you called bricked look up pandora battery fortunatly you can fix it with one of these and software on a memory stick but you will have to look very hard and read a bit if you cant be bothered look for a repairer in your neighborhood any backyarder will do tell them the story and it shouldnt cost you more than 50 bucks
i have the same problem, you should get a psp case and it will stay closed. Get the one were you could still play your psp. Get a clear case. I have a hard clear case that goes around my whole psp except for the buttons in the front. It keeps the umd cover closed