Question about Video Game Consoles & Games
I have a sony PSP and everything was working and now when every i put in a disc it starts to load it and then just clicks repeatedly. I cant play any games at all and cant figure out how to fix it. The screen is fine and it seem like its going to load but then it gets like stuck. Maybe you can help?
Maybe needs the laser lens cleaning.
You'd be surprised how much dust get sucked in.
You can do it yourself if you are careful.
All you need to do is with the PSP facing you as normal open the drive door at the back, look to the right hand side inside the PSP for a little round shiny lens.
Then carefully wipe a coton bud across the surface. No pressure is needed. Sometimes thats all it needs.
There's a picture of one taken out of the PSP so you can see it more clearly. The bottom of the picture is the top of the drive where you insert the disks. The bit that looks like a record is the motor turntable that spins the disk. You should see that in the middle of the drive when you open the door. http://i48.photobucket.com/albums/f217/StuartB4/PSPLaserAssembly.jpg
Hope it helps.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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