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My psp when you turn it on the green power comes on but it dont show light and nothing and then like in 8 or 10 secconds my psp gets off what can i do

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Sir, first, what happened before this? Second, have you tried another Working battery? If something happened like you've tried upgrading it to a different firmware and something went wrong like it shutdown or something like that, prolly that's a semi-brick there...I need to know what happened first since the last time it was on good workin' condition...please?

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