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    so i've been noticing lately as i play my psp more and more, it kind of seems like my buttons are becoming more and more loose, like they could fall out if pushed the wrong way or something. anyone have any suggestions, comments, whatever?


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    that means that you are pushing to hard on your buttons you have to caress them like a womans nipple slowly unless they ask for it quick

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    lol

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    it doesnt neccesarly mean h pushes them to hard. It might be that its getting a bit old. Its normal for the buttons to start getting loose over the course of time. What you cant do though to help them out a bit is clean them. stick and edge of paper on the sides of the buttons ands bmove it around. It picks up some of the dirt and it helps a bit.

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    Just get hold of a brick, take out the rubber contacts that lay under your buttons and replace them. It's the runner that's gone soft, due to oils from your sweat. If you wipe the button area frequently you can prolong the life.
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