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I was cleaning my psp with a glass cleaning liquid,but vry much liquid came out of it,i have dried my psp with drier then it turned on but it's buttons don't work.....what to do???Help me

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You will probably need to open up the PSP and carefully clean all the rubber buttons and button PCB inside. Do not attempt this unless you heve done this type of thing before. Liguid that gets into or underneath the rubber membrane will not dry easily with a drier.

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1. Press and hold the Cancel button and then press the Start Copy Color button.

2. Release both buttons. The self-test page prints.

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