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Psp charging problems

I charge my psp and the light comes on but when i take it off it wont come on.what is the problem and what can i do?

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It is probably a fault with your battery/connections to the battery from the power cable. Take the battery out and replace it a few times and see if you can get it to come on. If it flashes on with the battery in and then turns off then the battery is flat, try charging it overnight and if this dosn't work then it is not charging properly so you probably require a new battery (can be bought from many places including www.consoleparts4u.co.uk)

Hope this helps you fix your problem

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Posted on May 14, 2008

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