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Broken psp i dropped my psp ,it came apart. i put it together but it wont work what should i do

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Well..
i think since you've dropped..
it..
&& it came apart..
it probably..
doesn't work anymore..
no matter how you've put it back together..
its not going to work again.
sorry =[

Posted on Jul 26, 2008

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