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Power for Play Station Portable

The AC Adaptor is plugged in, but the battery will not charge and the game will not turn on. No power is getting to the game. How can we solve this problem? The game is brand new and cannot be used because there is no power.

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Replace the Fuse F6001 2.5 Amp. this solve the problem, PSP Refacciones Mexico.

Posted on Apr 10, 2007

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Http://sg.answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20070326150812AAi36Rn here's the link sir!

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