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I turn my psp on go to the place where you can see how many hrs left and charage level and power souce battery, at the bottom of the screen there is a little "o" Back .....i push "o" but nothing happens. this also happens on other places and my game. Can you help me? Thanks

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Are you using a different charger? if not than get a cheep used battery or a new one ok?

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Hi tokyo_grl,
First you have to figure out what is causing the problem. Try the following steps.

1. Remove anything that is connected to the PSP, including the
Memory Stick, battery and any UMD games.
2. Plug the charger into both the wall and the PSP system, then wait for at least 30 seconds before turning the psp on.
--If the PSP turns on, your problem is not with your PSP, but with an accessory that was previously attached.If it does not turn on, your PSP is in need of a repair.
3. Next, unplug the power adapter from the PSP, and firmly place the battery into the PSP.
4. Plug in the Power Adapter once again, and wait at least 30 minutes for the PSP to begin charging, then try and power on the PSP system.
--If the PSP does not power on with the battery plugged in, but it did with just the charger, you need a new battery. If it powers on, do the next step.
5. Place the Memory Stick inside the PSP , and turn on the power. If the PSP does not turn on, but it turned on without the memory, you need a new memory stick.

If your PSP did not turn on during step 2, your PSP is bricked and indeed needs to be repaired by a qualified technician. I hope everything works out for you. Good luck.

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Hi p_demain,
First you have to figure out what is causing the problem. Try the following steps.

1. Remove anything that is connected to the PSP, including the
Memory Stick, battery and any UMD games.
2. Plug the charger into both the wall and the PSP system, then wait for at least 30 seconds before turning the psp on.
--If the PSP turns on, your problem is not with your PSP, but with an accessory that was previously attached.If it does not turn on, your PSP is in need of a repair.
3. Next, unplug the power adapter from the PSP, and firmly place the battery into the PSP.
4. Plug in the Power Adapter once again, and wait at least 30 minutes for the PSP to begin charging, then try and power on the PSP system.
--If the PSP does not power on with the battery plugged in, but it did with just the charger, you need a new battery. If it powers on, do the next step.
5. Place the Memory Stick inside the PSP , and turn on the power. If the PSP does not turn on, but it turned on without the memory, you need a new memory stick.

If your PSP did not turn on during step 2, it needs to be repaired by a qualified technician. I hope everything works out for you. Good luck.

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Greetings,

It seems like your Psp Go has gotten stuck on that screen. The only valid way to fix this is to either:
  • Wait for the Psp to Die. Just let is sit and it will run out of power eventually.
  • Pull the battery out of the Psp which will cut the power. Then place battery back in and turn on.
Thank you for using FixYa! =) If I helped, please give me a rating.

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Plug the psp in with the charger and remove the battery. If it turns on, then the battery may be no good.
If it dies not turn on at all, then the charger or batter is bad.
If it turns on with what little power you probably have left, it is the charger.

If you have a friend with another psp and charger, test it with his. If it is not getting power at all, then its something with the psp that you do not even want to deal with.

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Lift up the flex cable connectors and unhook the cables that connect the screen to the PSP motherboard. The tabs are brownish in color; they are very fragile, so be gentle. Lift the PSP screen out of the housing and place to the side.Place your new PSP screen into the PSP, face down like you had the older screen after popping out the mounting tabs. Connect all of the cables from the PSP screen into the motherboard tabs. Fold the screen back into the bracket, snapping it into place. Place the button bar back onto the LCD support, connecting the last cable. Place the cover back onto the PSP and tighten screws to finish.

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Turn the PSP off and remove the battery and battery cover. Remove the two screws underneath the battery. Remove the other two screws on the opposite side of the battery. Remove the final screw on the bottom edge of the PSP.Grasp the PSP on both sides with each hand and pull the cover off of the PSP. Locate the button bar on the bottom front of the PSP. Use your flathead driver to lift up the left side of the button bar until it pops up off the LCD support. Lift the button bar cable tab upwards to remove the cable and remove the button bar.Insert your flat driver into the small space on the left side of the LCD screen between the the LCD housing and the LCD mounting bracket. Twist the screwdriver slightly and the mounting tabs will pop out. Gently remove the other side of the LCD after popping out the first side tabs. Bend the PSP screen all the way down until you can see the backside of the screen.

Lift up the flex cable connectors and unhook the cables that connect the screen to the PSP motherboard. The tabs are brownish in color; they are very fragile, so be gentle. Lift the PSP screen out of the housing and place to the side.Place your new PSP screen into the PSP, face down like you had the older screen after popping out the mounting tabs. Connect all of the cables from the PSP screen into the motherboard tabs. Fold the screen back into the bracket, snapping it into place. Place the button bar back onto the LCD support, connecting the last cable. Place the cover back onto the PSP and tighten screws to finish.

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Turn the PSP off and remove the battery and battery cover. Remove the two screws underneath the battery. Remove the other two screws on the opposite side of the battery. Remove the final screw on the bottom edge of the PSP.Grasp the PSP on both sides with each hand and pull the cover off of the PSP. Locate the button bar on the bottom front of the PSP. Use your flathead driver to lift up the left side of the button bar until it pops up off the LCD support. Lift the button bar cable tab upwards to remove the cable and remove the button bar.Insert your flat driver into the small space on the left side of the LCD screen between the the LCD housing and the LCD mounting bracket. Twist the screwdriver slightly and the mounting tabs will pop out. Gently remove the other side of the LCD after popping out the first side tabs. Bend the PSP screen all the way down until you can see the backside of the screen.
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You don't have a problem; the seller is an idiot. Leave it plugged in for good measure, but your PSP is fine.

Many products ship with a completely discharged battery (many cellphones, for instance) and they must charge for a long time. PSPs don't; they ship with a partially charged battery.

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