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    Default Any opinion on Non-OEM analog replacements?

    My stick is on the outs and the generic are cheap as hell but are they worth a damn?


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    Use, what you want, it's just a piece of plastic.
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    point takin. i didn't think there could be much difference. just wanted to see if there were any horror stories out there

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    HAHA, i just use the original one, but this guy i know has this one thats big and soft, the Nub is made out of rubber, its kind of big too, i like the original one though.
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    oh man ive seen those big clunky mushroom looking things, i dont think i can use one. but yeah i wasn't just talking about the nub, im talking about the whole analog unit. they make generic ones that look identical to the psp original

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    Have you tried repairing or cleaning your nub?

    Unscrew it from inside the faceplate, on the nub assembly remove the clip and the circuit board, under the board are 3 sliders - reseating these sliders on the stick may get it working properly again.

    In the closed part beneath the sliders there is a spring that surrounds the base of the stick, I warn you not to open this part of the unit as the spring is near impossible to put back in without damaging it. So, try cleaning/reseating the sliders first, test it and then if the nub is not centering properly you can try reseating the spring too.
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