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My psp 1000 keeps turning itself on when not in use, and after i use it for a while it will automatically turn off. My battery seems to work as normal and i dont see a problem with my charger. ive had it ever since it was first released in uk

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Two things I can suggest other then trying a new batter. 1. Pull out the battery for a day or two and let it completely die. Put it back in, and then recharge if fully. 2. Reformat your PSP by holding the R-Trigger. A recovery menu should then pop up and a reset command should appear. The PSP should then restart itself and being trying to repair itself.

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