PSP Diagnosis

Discussion in 'PSP - Games & Content' started by Gohobojoe, Mar 16, 2009.

  1. Gohobojoe
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    Gohobojoe GBAtemp Regular

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    After some unfortunate events, the PSP was hit on the floor twice. It is now broken and I am now trying to find out what is wrong with it.

    Physically, the only thing that happened is that the front case is shifted forwards.
    When I turn on the power, the green light goes on. Nothing else goes on. No whirring sound.

    It's a PSP-2000, and I have no idea what to do with it. Do you guys have any idea on what is wrong with it?
     
  2. Midna

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    It's dead. There's not much you can do for it. You should have got a PSP-1000 like I did.
     
  3. Gohobojoe
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    It's dead? Really? Cause it sounds like it was bricked...
     
  4. Jiggah

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    Do any of the other lights come on? Do you see it checking for the memory stick, etc? It could be a number of things like the backlight cable dislodging.
     
  5. Gohobojoe
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    The memory stick light did go on, right before the power went off.

    I opened it up and everything was still connected. The top and bottom screws on the outside are useless though.
     
  6. Blfdgfdghd

    Blfdgfdghd Banned

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    try getting a new screen since teh light go up and everything
     
  7. Gohobojoe
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    Okay, I'm going to try to fix it myself, except I need reference pictures. First I have to find out the problem before doing anything.

    Anyone have know pictures for the inside of a PSP-2000?
     
  8. velocity37

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    http://www.dcemu.co.uk/vbulletin/showthread.php?t=74258

    Complete PSP-2000 disassembly tutorial with pictures. Good luck!
     
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