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THE POWER SWITCH

I accidently dropped the PSP and when i went to check if it will turn on, the power switch was very loose and nothing happened when i fliped it up. im probably gonna have to buy a replacement circuit board or something. what should i do to fix the problem without going out and buying a new PSP or sending it to SONY

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If it's under warranty send it back, if it's not then do this. Order a replacement power switch online, ebay is pretty good for psp parts. There's 5 screws holding the front cover of the PSP together two on the right that are recessed, you'll need a long skinny precision screwdriver , there's two more under the warranty stick behind the battery and one more in the middle of the silver metal piece. The power stick assembly is a separate board that plugs into the psp and a easy repair. Just be careful once you remove the faceplate one dust particle and you'll be taking it apart again to clean the inside of the screen.

Posted on Feb 07, 2007

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