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I think your problem is the rubber connector for your keypad.It would be best to replace them,. There are lots of videos on Youtube on how to replace them but you need to buy new set of rubber connector though.You can buy them I believe in Radioshock or any other game console repair shop.
The problem beiing: You played mw2 (oranother game) with the latess update installed on your ps3 and at somepoint it froze. tried pressing the PS button but nothing happened. Youhad to hold the power button to reset it or resolve to switch the backswitch off/on. Only to get this same problem over and over again. youcan t play blu ray on your ps3 and/or get the error 80010514. from timeto time it will play those blu ray only to start the whole problemagain.
if it is what is describe up there, follow the link below:
If it blinks a red light this is known as the yellow light of death(ironic i know). This is caused when the unit overheats causing the solder on the board to melt and bridge. Once this happens it shorts out the board causing the error you have now. Contact Sony and see if the unit is still under warranty.
unless you are comftarble taking your psp apart there is nothing you can do there is a small board that all these buttons are attached to this needs replaced if you can fina a local repair shop to you then take it to them the normal charge foe this is about £25
Look like you going ot need to replace the logic board under the keypad around 450 bucks for the parts if you can do it yourself you might save you self some trouble of paying a professional to do it. these are worth fixing as they are awesome units I regret having to sale mine :(
Yes! your right, it's inside of the controller .what you can do is open the controller clean the board by using cotton buds with alcohol or cleaner you will notice accumulated dust preventing the buttons from touching the board you need to remove those.