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    Question Where are some places you bought PSP parts from?

    in need of a new homestrip for a 1001 and a new dpad. Where are some places you have personally ordered from and what was your experience with them?


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    Im proud to say, i have never had to replace a part... until now i lost the battery cover.

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    Wow dude, You saved me a shitton by having me order through them.I was considering having to get an entire new PSP and stripping it, but thanks to that site, I spent what...30$? And got enough to replace just about all of my PSP, Including a new battery, charger, batterycover, replacement buttons, new analog, and even a goddamn replacement faceplate.

    If this place had a rep system, you wouldve just got a shitton.

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    rep system is the little balance icon above - right hand side to the right of the number post in thread

    HAIL TO TH E K I N G B A B Y!

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    Quote Originally Posted by king kaos View Post
    rep system is the little balance icon above - right hand side to the right of the number post in thread
    Sweet, And you just got some too for helping!

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    Dealextreme is cheap, but so is a lot of their stuff's build quality. It's a good place to get a pandora battery and replacement on/off switches, d-pads, lcd screens, and stuff like that.

    Power bricks on the other hand may not be such a good deal as theirs may short circuit easily.

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    Well spent 30$ there.

    And, The only things I recieved that worked would be the battery, and the replacement dpad (Which worked all directions but right)

    So...Kinda got kicked in the ass there. I dont suggest you visit.

    Hell...The battery charger I ordered didnt even have wires soldered to the circuit board

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