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PSP not working - advice required please 6 years 3 months ago #23257

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Hi Folks

My son has got a 3 year old psp and the charger does not seem to be working properly. Also, it seems as though the back part of the PSP (where he inserts the disc) is faulty too, because the games no longer work either.


Would you advice that I get it repiared or should I buy him a new one?


Thanks in advance for your response.

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Re: PSP not working - advice required please 6 years 3 months ago #23315

Hi there

Probably cost too much to repair but have a look on ebay - may be a good time to buy as kids will have new toys for Xmas!!
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Re: PSP not working - advice required please 6 years 3 months ago #23386

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I'd agree its not worth repairing - you could probably pick up a second had PSP for peanuts on ebay.
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Re: PSP not working - advice required please 6 years 3 months ago #23419

for electronic gadgets such is not worth bothering to fix. Will probably end up costing as much as a second hand psp.
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Re: PSP not working - advice required please 6 years 3 weeks ago #26857

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Thanks for the advice folks.

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Re: PSP not working - advice required please 6 years 3 weeks ago #26948

Well it may be worth getting it fixed - presumably there is some kind of warranty

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