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    Default how to replace your cracked psp screen with a brand new one

    if you are going to put this tut on a diffrent website plz give me credit like this tut was made by:AMMKILLER. can you plz give me rep if i have help you out


    1. first you need a 300 Phillips screw driver and a flat head screw driver.


    2. there's is 5 ( or 3 depending on how you do it) screws you need to unscrew.




    3. the 2 screws toward the left in were the battery goes then there's 2 screws by the memory stick
    and the last screw is on bottom side of the psp.

    4.then you open the you can open the psp by just taking top part of the psp off.


    5. then you have to take of the button bar catch with your flat head screw.




    6. lift the button catch up and use your flat head screw driver to lift up the button bar catch circuit strip connector
    then pull it out then sit down some were.


    7.then you need to pry open the LCD catch 1 and 2 with your flat head screw driver.


    8. then pry open the LCD catch 2 and 3 on the other side.

    9.almost done

    10.lift the screen up and use your flat head screw driver and carefully lift open the big circuit strip connector.



    11. then very carefully lift open the small circuit strip connector.

    NEW SCREEN



    12. take the cracked screen or a screen with dead pixels out and replace it. with your new one be careful not to scratch your new psp screen. now reconnect the both circuit strip connector and pop the screen back in. then put the button bar catch back on. then put the the psp face plate back on and screw the screws back in with your Phillips screw driver.
    now your done replacing your cracked psp screen with a brand new one made by sharp with no dead
    pixels and now you can play your psp a again enjoy


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    Actually, you need a #000 philips screwdriver, not a 300 screwdriver.

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    just dont loose the little rubber connector....


    now i dont have an analog stick working




    but it doesnt matter.

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    also be careful with clip that holds back light and lcd ribbon they break easy
    if you happen to break one hit me up it is a simple fix

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    Quote Originally Posted by bustinthejus View Post
    Actually, you need a #000 philips screwdriver, not a 300 screwdriver.
    Businthejus is right... You need to change that.
    Potato.

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    this link has the entire disassembly in case you may have found this tut unclear in any way:

    http://www.llamma.com/PSP/repair/com...isassembly.htm

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    Quote Originally Posted by dracule View Post
    just dont loose the little rubber connector....


    now i dont have an analog stick working




    but it doesnt matter.
    if you want you can solder wires from the contact points (under the missing rubber) to the points on the bottom of the analog, and voila your analog works again

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