Question about Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console
Try using an adapter to connect PSP directly to power surge. Let it charge for awhile and try turning it back on
Update me afterwards on what will happen.
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Open the battery compartment, and remove the battery. Look at the bottom inside corner for a little square sticker with has marks on it. is it dark or light, If it is dark, your PSP has come in contact with moisture. I suspect that your PSP has gotten wet or damp. If the sticker is dark, you need to keep your battery out for about 2 days, and keep the UMD door open and the whole PSP kept in a dry environment. Try it after 2 days of drying to see if it is recovered. Good luck Gohan....
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