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I had a similar problem when there was a power outage or the lights went briefly out. I unplugged the TV and left it for a few days/weeks and then plugged it in and the TV worked. I think newer TVs should be treated like a home computer and put them on surge protectors.
Open the battery compartment, and remove the battery. Look at the bottom inside corner for a little square sticker with has marks on it. is it dark or light, If it is dark, your PSP has come in contact with moisture. I suspect that your PSP has gotten wet or damp. If the sticker is dark, you need to keep your battery out for about 2 days, and keep the UMD door open and the whole PSP kept in a dry environment. Try it after 2 days of drying to see if it is recovered. Good luck Gohan....
If you still have the receipt, I would suggest contacting Sony support and Returning it for repair. The last one I did was bought in October 2005 and they covered it, and sent me a Refurbished replacemnt within 10 days.
Here is SCEA contact info:
SCEA Consumer Services
Monday - Saturday 6:00 AM - 8:00 PM PST
Sunday 7:00 - AM 6:30 PM PST
If you do not have receipt, my service The Playstation Clnic can repair it for $25 plus parts, and shipping. Contact [email protected]