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Psp stays on for 15 min.

IWhen pluged in it only stays on for 15 min

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The interior of the system has become unusually hot. Check whether the system is being used in a hot location or whether the vents are blocked. Stop using the system and leave it unused until it cools down. Continuing to use the system in the above condition will cause it to stop functioning.

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Likely a worn out or defective battery. If the unit is new, get Sony to replace it. If it's somewhat old you may have to buy a new one.

Posted on Apr 15, 2008

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Try replacing the screen or unpluging it and pluging it back in.

Hope this helps.

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Looks like you might of run an update of some sort from the UMD disc or memory card. Take the battery out and then put it back after 15 mins.

If it still doesnt work im afraid you may of bricked it by forcing shutdown on the PSP.

There are people on ebay who might be able to help if you cant get the PSP to work.

Just type 'bricked psp' into search and tell the person what happened. It shouldnt cost more than £15 to sort the PSP out.

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got this same problem before,dropped a psp and after that it only powers on for a while and turns off.soon i found out that the main board is twisted.when i bend the psp a little bit it turns on normally,but when i release the prissure from the grip it shuts down.the best solutiion for that is to dismantle the psp and reheat the main board using a hot air machine for about 3 min.for the mother board to return to its original position.

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Im usually pretty good with psp's.. But this is a new case. Seems your psp ISNT bricked.. which is good, but somethings happened to upset your normal screen.
Is your psp custom firmware? Try holding R when turning it on, if its custom firmware, it would boot into recovery mode.
If not, then best solution would be to have someone restore it using the unbricking method.

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Sony Manual says: http://manuals.playstation.net/document/en/psp/current/settings/update.html

Notice

During an update, do not remove the Memory Stick Duo™ media, do not remove the AC adaptor and do not turn off the system. If an update is cancelled before completion, the system software may become damaged and the system may require servicing or exchange.



But you can still repair that yourself if you are confident, I am giving you a link for instructions and infos.

http://www.fixya.com/support/r314189-wish_repair_psp_themselves_quoted

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i suggest a professional check it out.... it will be cheaper then having to buy a new psp if you accidentally screw up fixing it :P

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