Okay how do i put this i had two psps and i switched the screen form one to the other because i broke well i took it all apart im pretty sure i did everything right it worked and all until when i tryed to play a game nomatter what when im on a game it seems like the down button is permanently pressed down and the key will only go down after trying to go up it just goes back down, i switched the screen and the same thing in the other, is it a connection or what i am just confused. Please help me.
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When you say you completely dissasembled it i guess you mean EVERYTHING?
Well did you make sure you plugged the battery back in? and Made sure all connections were placed back?
If you took off the heatsink and fan from the chips then that is why it switched off!
You should have put new paste on if thats the case!
The PS3 seems it is shutting down to protect itself from overheating and burning the chips!
The baby scratch should be ok unless it has destroyed a copper track?
Okay first be sure your WLAN switch is on. Found on the left side of the PSP
1. Settings 2. Down to Network Settings 3. Infrastructure Mode (NOTE: Ad Hoc is for connecting 2 PSPs) 4. New Connection 5. Name your connection then Scan (much quicker) 6. It will present you with different connections. Find yours and click X. 7. If you have a WEP/WPA key enter it after choosing yours. 8. Press Easy. 9. Save your settings and Test your connections. 10 Cheers :)
your lense is more than likely defragmented jacob and you should never take any system apart okay so what you wanna do is if your warrenty is still in effect dont tell sony you took it apart just send it in for a refurbisment if it isnt you need to look around online for a ps2 slim lense okay
The disk tray button on the unit is probably being pushed in from the outer cover. When you took it apart and put it together you may have pinched the button in. Very carefully inspect the disk tray button area. The button needs its full range of motion. The faceplate is pushing the button in and that is why it works without it. Or the face plate is making the top cover to press in on the button. Go over the area and watch what the pieces are doing when you assemble the front in regards to the tray button. I had the same problem. Remember these pieces are plastic and after being run (heat) the plastic may want to warp a little since new.
i think you have answered that question yourself but what i would do, find a game repaireshop near by, and they will repair anything to do with game consoles, it should cost too much either, so its either them or the trash or try your pot look, learn a bit more and you might probably be able to fix it yourself, dont give up just yet, believe in yourself and concentrate
I hear about the ribbon cable not being inserted wel. Lots of people had it put in place, looking ok but no action from the ds. I suggest to reinsert the ribon cables, i heard its quite tricky with the ds...
Please mention after switching on the PSP power LED turns on or not?
Suppose without connecting the charger when you power on your PSP you will see green light and you will get sound clear with no display at all and after 1 min: PSP will turn off automatically. then 99% it means that your PSP is bricked.