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    whosloosin92 is offline -Hacks Smarty
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    I dropped my psp and on the right side the faceplate and the back section have split apart. I kind of got it back together and it does work but the charging if very picky about exactly how the plug is positioned. From what i can tell there is a crack in the back frame.

    What should i do? Buy a new faceplate and try to superglue the broken parts together? Or should i try to send it in to sony (i would really hate to do that though i have original 1.5 right now). Are there any repair services outside of sony? Any help would be greatly appreciated.


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    if you just got your psp, try returning it to the store so you can get a new one that is downgradable.

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    You could try out http://www.techrestore.com/

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    Should've bought a case for the PSP..Would've been a nice $10-$20 investment but yeah, I would think about repairing it but not by sending it to sony or selling it and buying a new one? =x
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    try returning to shop or send to sony for repair...

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    if you need a backplate i have one just give me email will send it out only faceplate i have is pink would have to charge you for that though pm me
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    if you have dropped your psp, just pick it up


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    joking, try to see whats wrong and fix it
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    Quote Originally Posted by eloder
    try returning to shop or send to sony for repair...
    yeah, sending stuff to sony leaves you on the shit end of things. try something devious, walmart swap. sell it on ebay with the damage on a fine print, well yeah...

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    Get a new psp, sell that one as spare parts don't waste your time.

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    It sounds like you need to replace all of the casing, which means taking out every single piece of the psp, then putting it together. You will probably end up breaking it more if you open it, so do this:
    1. Buy new psp at Walmart
    2. Swap Serial codes between the broken psp and the new psp
    3. Put broken psp in the box that came with the new psp
    4. Return broken psp to Walmart (in new psp box)
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