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You can try this, change the battery & see if it will turn on & if it does then the problem is on the battery. Another thing is try charging the PSP into a computer using the USB cable, if it charges then the problem is the charger.
If the 2 solutions does not work you might want to replace the motherboard on your PSP cause definitely it is a power supply problem.
Hope that help!
Your PSP has just bricked. It may cause an error while you're upgrading your PSP or while playing the game.
Try this: 1. Pull the battery out. 2. Let it turn on while charging. 3. If your PSP LED power indicator turned on for 10-20 secs and the screen not turn on, it means you're really bricked it. 4. So what do you do? 5. You need extra PSP for making pandora battery and jigkick memory stick. 6. You'll need this link: http://www.psp-hacks.com/2007/10/16/pandoras-ultimate-magic-stick-installer/
If there' any questions, you can PM me everytime. =]
Check ur firmware, (if ur PSP installed custom firmware e.g. OE, M33.) goto "recovery mode", press and hold R(right button) while turn on ur psp. if u can go, simple use pandora battery for downgrade/upgarde ur psp. see at, http://e-arena.blogspot.com