Question about Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console
Turn it off and remove the battery (on the left side of the back there's a button that says push, if you push it and remove the cover you'll reveal the battery). Then, wait for it to dry for a day or so, so as to prevent any further damage from being done. It'll hopefully work better when you turn it back on after it has dried, but if it doesn't then you've probably damaged the internal circuit boards. In that case, the best thing for most users would be to sell it as broken on eBay and get a new one, or, if it's still under warranty, to get it replaced by Sony (of course, if you mention the fact that you got it wet they probably won't replace it).
Posted on Jan 07, 2008
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