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    burrito is offline -Hacks Ninja
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    My analog stick controls very slowly. I need help trying to fix it.

    When I was replacing the faceplate, some of the plastic casing inside my psp was destroyed (don't ask how...). Because the casing was partially destroyed, the faceplate is kind of loose, and 2 screws won't fit.
    Before I replaced my faceplate, the analog stick worked perfectly.

    Should I replace the plastic casing inside the psp or should I replace the analog stick?

    If I need to replace the casing, then I will buy a psp with a broken motherboard, and put my working motherboard in the broken psp.

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    So the faceplate is too small? Just try cleaning the analog stick out before you do anything with it. If all else fails buy a new analog stick.

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    The faceplate isn't too small. The analog stick is messed up even with my oem faceplate.
    What should I try cleaning the analog stick with?
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    Talking tacos! :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by badthingshappen
    Talking tacos! :P
    Can you answer my question?...
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    Forget about cleaning it. Just get a new one. I was gonna say to take out the analog stick then use a spray can of air and blow in it. But yeah, never mind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by p0op
    Forget about cleaning it. Just get a new one. I was gonna say to take out the analog stick then use a spray can of air and blow in it. But yeah, never mind.
    Why would opening my psp up for a minute break my analog stick?
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    Quote Originally Posted by taco111
    Quote Originally Posted by p0op
    Forget about cleaning it. Just get a new one. I was gonna say to take out the analog stick then use a spray can of air and blow in it. But yeah, never mind.
    Why would opening my psp up for a minute break my analog stick?
    the PSP is tightly assembled and is not supposed to be taken apart.

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    you can easily replaced it and clean the contacts too.....

    here's what it looks like.....but if you don't know what's you're doing pls don't challenge yourself


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    sony has been making the analogs crap i mean i bought my new psp and so did my friend at the same day next week we both brang it to skool and our faceplates around the analog was scratched ill try to get a pic soon


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