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Psp anolog button faulty?

Changed the face plate on the psp, everything was excellent before. put it back together and now the little men roam when not even touching a button, what the heck did i do, my son is killing me slowly here!

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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.

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