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PSP My PSP was in the same bag with a Sprite bottle that leaked. Now it is not powering up. I have dried the battery compartment which had very little drops in it. What should I do?

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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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