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Damaged psp left overnight in small puddle of water will not work at all. Will i have to replace it?

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Hi There mum2sort

That nasty problem you got there could be any number of problems could be Buggered Motherboard could be buggered Lcd Screen Cant really say unless looked at best solution "Electrician" might be able to give the board and lcd a test that be the best way for surely then you will forsurely find out :) hope this helps and please if you have the time rate me
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