The only way to fix your problem (broken LCD it sounds like)is to buy a new LCD screen. before you do that,however,check the lcd cables and make sure they are properly hooked up. NOTE:opening up your psp will void the warranty,but if its expired then go right ahead.
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Either get into the router configuration to get the WEP key, or hack the wep key using aircrack from this guide http://www.askstudent.com/hacking/how-to-crack-a-wep-key-using-ubuntu/ just make sure you have a compatible adapter like a ALFA awusb36H or something with pack injection or you'll just be banging your head against a wall.
With the PSP The screen in it is very delicate, I have replaced hundreds of broken screens like this if you can find someone to open it and check pulling the top plate off will atleast let you see if the damage is on the screen or not. there will be a crack most likely in the middle along the blackest part of the screen.
The colored line you saw was the actual screen pressing against the back of the psp......Example would be if you put your thumb and pressed on a laptop's screen. It doesnt work now because the screen is now cracked and you can either order a replacment screen on amazon for about 50 bucks or buy a new system
I recommend seeing an expert. I heard that to replace the internal screen only costs about 20 dollars if you do it yourself. You should look into buying a new screen(internal) but about the leaking LED's you should really try to see an expert or get some support from Sony.
it sounds like you have bricked your psp there are ways around this but its to do with changing settings and adding a recovery program to your psp (in other words hacking) but i aint the expert on this but if you search it up on youtube you can find some great videos that people have uploaded with the same problem as you and they show you how to get around your problem, im stuck with a problem with a region code not been correct and i dont know if i need to use the recovery program to help me through it.
For how long have you NOT been using your PSP? and did anything happen before you even tried using it AGAIN? Do you have others in your area who has a PSP? if nothing happened to your psp before you tried using it again e.g.accidentally fell or something like that, then just try to use a different WORKING psp battery...if it didn't work, then prolly your PSP went brick and the only solution for that is a pandora kit...
Try checking if the lens is actually moving. If it isn't like i said before to someone else it might be that the lens is locked up and it needs a slight banging to unlock it and make it move. (Dont' worry i've done this before and when i say slight i mean hitting it against your hand not the wall or the floor or some wooden board lol) If that doesn't work I would suggest sending it to sony who if you have warranty would repair for free and if not then you have to pay a little bit of money and upgrade again once they send it back.