Hi, I have just read your piece on no video problem. My sons has the same problem and we have just found out that it is still under warranty for the red light issue. Was going to try your suggestion but they are asking what colour light the power supply has and I am not sure what to say. Any ideas?
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If the unit is under warranty simply contact microsoft and organize to have it looked at under warranty. if it is not under warranty you can do two things.
The first thing you can do is download a manual on how to open the unit and replace the DVD drive yourself, if you choose to do this, ensure you get the correct version for your unit or the drive may not work.
The second thing you can do is contact Microsoft and send it there for repairs or contact a local repair agent.
If the only Problem is not reading games, refer to the Tips I have written about cleaning lasers. I hope this offers some assistance. Good luck.
Call 1-800-4MY-XBOX if you see red rings around the power light. If you just bought it 7 months ago, it is still under warranty. Do not use one of the custom shops who say they will fix the red ring errors as this will void your warranty with Microsoft.
I don't want to be the person to give bad news, but after reasearching your question for you it sounds like you son broke the psp. The color screen behind the lsd screen is damaged and usually cannot be repaired by an unqualified person. If you were to bring the system to be repaired between labor and costs, it may be cheaper to buy a new PSP.
Hopefully, depending on how long you have had the PSP you may be under a warranty.
What I suggest is to call Sony. See if you are under warranty, and have it replaced for no cost to you. Otherwise you will have to purchase a new PSP.
The number for Sony is found on the back of almost all of the psp video game manuals.
I hope I was able to fixya problem, and I wish you and your son Happy Gaming!
Often Nintendo of America will repair warranty items without receipt. The serial number specifies when the unit was manufactured. Call them... they can be VERY helpful. or go here - http://www.nintendo.com/consumer/webform.jsp