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Analog stick getting stuck

The analog stick of my psp is permanently stuck on top or the bottom and I cannot play any games on it. Please help me!!

my analog stick gets stuck in one direction when i try to use it and i cant move it back. When i so try, it takes me 20 minutes and i have to move it up, down and in circles. When i move it it makes this cracking noise.ERGENT!!!PLEASE HELP!!!

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Your psp probobly has somthing lodged underneeth the analog stick like a pice of dirt or somthing very small.theres probly not much you can do yourself but you can take your psp to repair shops or some electronic stores that might be able to repare your psp and solve your problem...

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