Analog stick problem

Discussion in 'PSP - Console, Accessories and Hardware' started by parisi, Mar 27, 2016.

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    hello guys, how can i fix my analog stick without replace it? My analog move itself when i go left it comes right in the same second, Is there any options that i can fix it? Thnx
     
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    Eh.
    Jd... you know this is the PSP section? ;p

    Other then maybe moving it in circles a few times, there's no real option.
    Joysense could help you but other then replacing the conductive rubber pad between the stick and the board, there's none.
     
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    You could try to clean it? Helped my circle pad (yes the psp one, i wanted to say my stick but that sounds . .) at least. It had quite the similar problem before.
     
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    Whoops. I swear I thought this was the 3DS subforum. Must be because 90% of the posts are there :P
     
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    open the PSP, (use ifixit to open the front panel).
    then use a pincet to pick up the little silicon pad, turn it 180 degrees. (look if you see tiny spots wich are the connectors)
    then remove the joystick from the case, clean the connectors.
    screw it back in.
    thighten thighten thefront panel to its limit. (use a precision screwdriver)
    make sure its realy really thight.
    then open up the browser for testing.
    if the problem still occurs thighten it even more. (make sure to be save and not break the plastic screw holders in the top case)
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    after that recalibrate it.
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    if the problem still occurs buy a replacement joystick (cost about 2$)
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    then repeat the steps i said.
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    (this solved it in my case) (i have a frankenPSP 1003/4) (made 2 PSP into 1 working)