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Looks like you are facing some technical problem. For that, you have two choices. Either to send it to the repair shop and spend hundreds of dollars plus waiting time; OR you can repair your console yourself at home.
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Send back for repairs. If you can't get ready to crack her open.
You might wanna have an air compressor or shopvac ready as well *when describing i mean as if it were standing up* Take apart in this order:
1: hard drive 2: face plate 3: top and bottom grey plastic pieces (try to keep as level as possible, they are difficult but if they wont come out try wiggling around a bit, if you force it you WILL break some plastic off 4: you have undoubtedly noticed the 4 hook type things on the front under the face plate. if your first instinct is to separate those then you are a natural 5: with something small (i used a flat-head jewelers screwdriver) you need to poke through (gently, all you are doing is making a *click sound*) all seven 2mm wide slots that run down the middle of the back WHILE you are pulling apart to keep them from snapping back together
so i was writing all of that and looking for a pic to post for you and found this:
so just follow the instructions and clean the xbox of all dust, make sure all connections are firm and snug. it should extend you xbox's life as well as possibly play another game (hopefully) i've gone through 4 xbox 360s and im bout ready to get a ps3
1. Use the screwdriver to detach the face plate from the bottom of your PSP. You'll need to remove the battery pack. There are additional screws underneath the battery pack that need to come out to take off the face plate.
2. Look on the bottom side of your face plate. You will find four small bronze-colored rectangles lined up together. Take your damp cloth and wipe over this section. Wait 30 seconds, then wipe it off with a dry cloth. It is important that your cloth is just damp and no water is leaking from it.
3. Remove the plastic piece that covers the small bronze squares on the right side of the analog stick. Clean these with a damp cloth.
4. Put your PSP back together the same way you took it apart. Don't forget to screw the battery pack screws into place, or you will experience other problems down the road.
For the On/Off button in the front...Take off front face plate (Pulls right off) and make sure there are small pins that stick out of tghe back side of the faceplate because they brak sometimes. If theyre there, re-instal the face plate and make sure its seated tightly against the console. If its not that check your system settings on your dashboard, go to settings and configure your system.
Take your face plate off and see if there is a small pinhole around the dvd drive and put a paper clip in it and push. If not you could give it a little bit of a whack on top of the dvd drive, I know a few people that have done that and it worked.
Audio but No Video/Picture Problem can be fixed with the help of This DIY Video Guide, I would suggest you to give it a try as it also provide Money Back Guarantee.
If you are facing this problem either you can send your Xbox to
Microsoft for repair, if yon can wait for 2-3 weeks then it is good
otherwise you can fix the problem yourself within an hour with the help
of above Video Guide.
Audio but No Video/Picture Problem can be fixed with the help of This DIY Video Guide, I would suggest you to give
it a try as it also provide Money Back Guarantee.
Note: If you are facing
this problem either you can send your Xbox to Microsoft for repair, if yon can
wait for 2-3 weeks then it is good otherwise you can fix the problem yourself
within an hour with the help of above Video Guide...
You just remove the face plate again and check it now your PSP is working OK if so there is some misalignment while placing the face plate on PSP and suppose your fault still remains same without face plate also then there is a possibility of Analogue button is being damaged which should be changed.