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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Okay im restoreing an old Black&Decker circular saw 7 1/4 volt 120ac Amps 9.0 Type A Rpm 4900 now im putting it back togather and i need help Ive got evrything else down patt just what the saw blade sets on there's like a lil motor that is togather where the blade goes and has teeth all around it and connects to the big motor it has a pin there ive found that just when i put it all togather there's a gap there and dont know why ive took my time and went from one screw to next easy and still does the same thing i thought maybe something was in the way where the two plates screw down but there is nothing in the way any idea's help me please
Ok, I took it apart, cleared the clog out, and put it back together. It wouldn't switch to "carpet". Got no answer on my question. Took it apart again, only I went further. Took apart the bottom - brush out, all inside bottom parts out, cleaned all that part of vac. No clogs down there. Ran the carpet/bare floor switch back and forth several times while I had it apart. Put it all back together and it worked fine. Still didn't find a fuse or reset button...
I just took mine apart by prying it apart from where you connect it to the computer and then took out the 4 little screws on the green part and then took out the button from the other attached part then put it back together and then now I stick stuff down the hole to push the button.
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...