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R Button The R button on my PSP act like it's being held down, even when it's not. I've had this problem before, and had it replaced under warranty, but now the new warranty has expired. What should I do?

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Since no warranty, open it up and check where the button sits. might be dusty or slimy. or button might be stuck. :P rate

Posted on Jun 14, 2008

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