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Psp played well until the battery went down. Then it would not recharge. Bought new battery charger still does not work.

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Replace the battery, the battery itself is a Lithium-Ion battery. And if you leave it dead for a while, or never let it get fully dead before charging it back up, it damages the Battery's life-span over the course of time.

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Please try to check your charger first. First, try to charge using a different charger. If your PSP still doesn't charge using the other charger, then you need to check your battery. Try to use another battery. If the other battery works, then the problem is with your battery. You just need to replace your battery and buy a new one.

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Bought a new battery. played until it needed recharging, recharged but wont power up psp unless it is plugged in. once powered up it shows battery is full but if you disconnect psp shuts off?


this will only happen if the supposed battery is of inferior quality or is a fake battery. normally it might take time to charge and also it might be making a partial contact with the terminals of the system that comes in contact with the battery.(this can be found inside the battery compartment for the console). here are the steps you should take.
1.remove the battery and try to see if there are any particles like dust of rust on the golden panels of the battery surface.
2.check for the above particles too on the terminals of the system that comes in contact with the battery.
3.if there are such particles, you should try removing or cleaning it as this could prevent it from making full utility of the battery.
4.if the above doesn't work for you, you can try to obtain an original battery from a friend's psp and see how well it would work on your game. if the same thing occurs, the problem should be coming from your psp.
5.you can also try using another psp to charge this battery and see if it works well.
also, remember that if you bought the battery as a fairly used one, the lifespan of the battery could have been exceeded and as a result, can no longer store sufficient power.
hope this was helpful to you? please rate

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If it's 4 months old and it does not work at all you should still be under your manufacturer's warranty.

here is a link: https://service1.us.playstation.com/rma.htm?_flowExecutionKey=_c85468FC2-00F1-73C8-F8E5-75CD6F7D29EA_kA93A8E0B-D0A2-DB00-D631-BB67FD1DF0A2

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