My psp was dropped on the floor,after tis it can only start
when i connect it to the charger,the LCD screen didnt have any prob,but it look like my psp cant read umd disc,memory card and can only start when i connect it to charger and ithout battery in it!wish 2 get some help from the experts thx
Something in your psp got messed up inside. you will need to send it in. you can do it yourself, but you need to get the right tools and be very careful because you can cause more damage. I beleive that fixmyplaystation has instruction how to open a psp.
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There are two possible problems with the PSP.
The first is that the connection between the wire connecting the screen and the mother board has become loose. Vertical lines are often signs that the screen is not receiving all the data required to fill every line.
More likely, the lines on the screen were severely damaged from the drop, rendering them inactive. This means that you will require a new screen.
Because of the purchase date, your product is still under Sony's initial warranty. This means you can request a repair or a new device. I have included a link to the "Service Request Page" to speed things along for you. Note that there is a $50 fee for replacing and diagnosing a problem with a device. While it may seem costly, due to the early age of the device, it may be best to go through Sony as not to void the warranty.
Sony Support Pagehttps://service1.us.playstation.com/rma.htm?_flowExecutionKey=_c82CAAC8E-A2F1-D305-5FA5-9DB224B922D9_k54341030-70C9-01DA-D990-B296489121F3
Yes this can be fixed... it sounds as though the LCD screen [the screen on the inside] has become damaged with the fall. The following website sells the LCDs and does replacements. The cost depends on the model of the PSP that you own. You can find the model number of your PSP on a label inside the back of the PSP if you remove the battery. Check them out:
There may have been shock inflicted on the PSP causing it to break the LCD which is fairly easy to do as they are fragile. If you are courageous you can buy a new LCD screen for it of the internet then open the PSP and swap the LCD screens.
i think one of the problem that you have is the lcd of your psp it might be broken or the light of the lcd has a damage so i suggest that you buy a lcd for your psp.then ask the vendor if they can change the lcd i think if they are selling an lcd for the psp they can handle that. hope i help
On the 8300, the LCD is connected woth a flex cable to the main board. It might have loosened at the connection oint or you might have damaged your LCD. Either way the phoe needs to be opened up and checked physically.
For your first PSP: there is a loose conection of LCD Screen with the motherboard and the solution is as follow:
You can open the PSP and just lift the LCD Screen up be sure before lifting LCD Screen one thin Switch panel of micro buttons Home,VOL,select etc, you have to remove this first then only it is possible to lift the LCD Screen and after that you check that broad connection strip which is fixed with the motherboard socket you remove it this strip and refixed it again,your problem should get solved if suppose your LCD Screen is not broken.
if the psp screen is anything like a laptop it will have a backlight that lights up the screen what can happen is you can break the light and while you will still see things on the screen when you look closely but it wont be illuminated. i had a friend that dropped his laptop and smashed the backlight he sent it away and got it fixed
i suggest you send it to sony to get it fixed
Erm, maybe because you dropped it.. just guessing. Anyway cellphones as other hi-tech appliances are very very touchy on the subject of handling.
You can drop your phone from the 3rd floor and and still be able to use it and you can drop it 50cm and it'll be broken beyond repair.
In your case something might have burned out or a connection severed in either case your best bet is repair if you have insurance (drops aren't covered though) or buy a new one.
P.S. You can also try dropping it again if there is nothing to lose...