You have to (obviously) open it up and solder in a new one. I've done it, but it's not trivial. I have lots of experience soldering and it went well, but I would not anticipate that someone without lots of time spent with a soldering iron will be able to do it without burning or lifting traces off the circuit board. The switch is available from many places. I bought mine here: http://www.powergamingparts.com/nintendo-ds-and-nds-lite-on--off-power-switch.html
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The screens can be replaced fairly cheeply ($8.60 at dealextreme). or if you are talking about the touch screen it is only $2.74 and some of your time to disassemble/reassemble. I would recommend gettig a power switch too for an additional $1.46 just as insurance. When I reassembled my case, I didn't line up the sliding power switch knob to the switch and broke off the switch. Had to wait another two weeks to get the switch. They sell the triwing screwdriver you will need also.
you either have a broke power button or a bloew fuse on your psp. if its just the power botton you can buy a new one on ebay for about 10.00 and install it your self. if that dont work then u have a blew fuse and inlease you know how to solder on motherboards then your going to have to buy a new mother board which will cost you about 90-110 or buy a new psp which is about 170.00