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I was charging my psp when I decided to change it to another room,it was still hooked up and all so i just pulled the plug out of socket and i dropped my psp on the carpet nothing broke but now it won't turn on and i'm charging it and it stops charging its green but then it goes back to red status.

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Stop charging and leave it alone for a few days

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