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Psp analog stick rebuild not replace help

Psp analog stick assembly (Internal stick apart in pieces) not asking for replacement but rebuilding directions pics or vids would help

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  • Lilsexcprq May 14, 2008

    Well psp analog in pieces as well Just need to know how to rebuilt it.. TY

  • Anonymous Jul 13, 2008

    my psp analog stick is spining aroung and i cant use it

  • 119champ Apr 13, 2009

    i cant get the psp analog stick back together

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Try on www.youtube.com ...

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Analog stick broken


The following website does PSP analog joystick repairs. You can click on the "SEND US YOUR PSP FOR REPAIR" link on the following page:


PSP Slim PSP 3001 PSP 3000 Analog Joystick Assembly

Dec 04, 2013 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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How to Replace Analog Joystick on PSP-2001


If your PSP's joystick won't go in a certain direction -- or characters walk by themselves, this part needs to be replaced. It is sold at the website all the way at the bottom for $16.95 and they can do this repair job for $18 more! However, it's not very difficult. Here are the steps:

Step 1. Open PSP. There are 2 screws on the top of the PSP.

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Step 2. There are 4 screws behind the PSP and one on the bottom, as circled in the picture.


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Step 3. Remove the faceplate and locate the PSP 2001 Analog Assembly. It is held into the console by 1 black screw, as circled in the picture.

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Step 4. Remove the black screw and pry the joystick out of the PSP as shown below.

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Step 5. It is important that you remove this clear silicon piece from the old joystick and install it into the new one. Its purpose is to communicate the movement of the joystick from the assembly to the motherboard. It sits between the assembly and the motherboard.

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Step 6. After you transfer the piece, pry the motherboard slightly up as you slide the new assembly back in place as pictured.

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Step 7. You will need to pry this piece up to slide the assembly into place so that it is seated. Replace the black screw and close it back up.

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Please help: When I'm at my main screen on my psp 3001, it seems to have a mind of its own movement wise. I tried formatting the memory stick, restoring default settings, I have taken the battery out...


Hi well sorry to have to tell you this but your unit has developed an internal fault, usually to do with overheating, but in any event, this fault is what is causing the unit to malfunction the way it is and do what it does. Also it can be a failure of the keypad button interface, however without actually examining the unit it's difficult to tell.
The only "Fix" is replacement of the main, motherboard, assembly, this can also be expensive. The very best thing you can do is return it to Sony, and ask them for a repair, you can also simply ask for a "Quote" as well first so you can get an idea of costings. So go to the Sony website and use the CONTACT link and ask them exactly what to do.

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The analogue joystick isnt working properly. the character wanders off in wrong direction on its own.


simple, get a replacement joystick module and install it on your psp. i did a couple. the psp really isnt that intimidating to take apart. compared to an xbox 360 or playstation

Dec 01, 2010 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Slim...

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I opened up my sony psp to replace the screen and I think I forgot to put the tape over the motherboard back on so my charcter is moving all over because of the analog. Can I use electrical tape instead?


No, that's not it. There's no tape missing.

You may be missing the following piece:

http://store.richspsxparts.com/mosi.html

It's a small clear piece that sits on the metal frame that holds the LCD in place. It send communication between the analog joystick and the motherboard. Without this piece, the joystick will seem to stick in one direction. Once you replace this piece you will be fine.

Nov 05, 2009 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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How do you fix a analog stick on psp 2001?


The following website has step by step directions on replacing the analog assembly on the psp 2001. The website also sells them

http://store.richspsxparts.com/howtoreanjoo.html

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Oct 27, 2009 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Slim...

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Psp analog stick my psp analog moves when i play game and it upsets me


u need to replace it ;-) look on youtube for videos on howto fix!, it's pretty cheap on Ebay!

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then it is a internal fault is it under warranty if so id take it back and try your analog stick on the replacement one then your see if it your machine or the analog ?

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does it say wlan settings not on?

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