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Austin Dorson, First thing I'deI'd do is to replace the battery. It is definitely no longer holding a charge. Always look for the easy stuff first :) and than make sure that the battery makes good contact. If I remember right the PSP has fuses on the MB. It has 2 fuses (LD) One marked TB. The other is located beside the power cable disconnect. Of course to fix it you will have to open it up and get to them. Use [http://www.ifixit.com/Device/PSP_300x#guideList|these guides] to work on your PSP and check the fuses with a multimeter for continuity. Check [http://www.yall.net/Forum/Repair-Center/Video-Game-Repair-Center/PSP-/-PSP-2000-/-PSP-3000/The-PSP-and-Fuse-Repair.html|on here] as well [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h-TEeWRvlwg|as here]for more info. Hope this helps, good luck.
Austin Dorson, First thing I'deI'd do is to replace the battery. It is definitely no longer holding a charge. Always look for the easy stuff first :) and than make sure that the battery makes good contact. If I remember right the PSP has fuses on the MB. It has 2 fuses (LD) One marked TB. The other is located beside the power cable disconnect. Of course to fix it you will have to open it up and get to them. Use [http://www.ifixit.com/Device/PSP_300x#guideList|these guides] to work on your PSP and check the fuses with a multimeter for continuity. Check [http://www.yall.net/Forum/Repair-Center/Video-Game-Repair-Center/PSP-/-PSP-2000-/-PSP-3000/The-PSP-and-Fuse-Repair.html|on here] as well [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h-TEeWRvlwg|as here]for more info. Hope this helps, good luck.

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Austin Dorson, First thing I'de do is to replace the battery. It is definitely no longer holding a charge. Always look for the easy stuff first :) and than make sure that the battery makes good contact. If I remember right the PSP has fuses on the MB. It has 2 fuses (LD) One marked TB. The other is located beside the power cable disconnect. Of course to fix it you will have to open it up and get to them. Use [http://www.ifixit.com/Device/PSP_300x#guideList|these guides] to work on your PSP and check the fuses with a multimeter for continuity.

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Check [http://www.yall.net/Forum/Repair-Center/Video-Game-Repair-Center/PSP-/-PSP-2000-/-PSP-3000/The-PSP-and-Fuse-Repair.html|on here] as well [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h-TEeWRvlwg|as here]for more info. Hope this helps, good luck.
Austin Dorson, First thing I'de do is to replace the battery. It is definitely no longer holding a charge. Always look for the easy stuff first :) and than make sure that the battery makes good contact. If I remember right the PSP has fuses on the MB. It has 2 fuses (LD) One marked TB. The other is located beside the power cable disconnect. Of course to fix it you will have to open it up and get to them. Use [http://www.ifixit.com/Device/PSP_300x#guideList|these guides] to work on your PSP and check the fuses with a multimeter for continuity.

Check
Check [http://www.yall.net/Forum/Repair-Center/Video-Game-Repair-Center/PSP-/-PSP-2000-/-PSP-3000/The-PSP-and-Fuse-Repair.html|on here] as well [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h-TEeWRvlwg|as here]for more info. Hope this helps, good luck.

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Austin Dorson, First thing I'de do is to replace the battery. It is definitely no longer holding a charge. Always look for the easy stuff first :) and than make sure that the battery makes good contact. If I remember right the PSP has fuses on the MB. It has 2 fuses (LD) One marked TB. The other is located beside the power cable disconnect. Of course to fix it you will have to open it up and get to them. Use [http://www.ifixit.com/Device/PSP_300x#guideList|these guides] to work on your PSP and check the fuses with a multimeter for continuity.

Check [http://www.yall.net/Forum/Repair-Center/Video-Game-Repair-Center/PSP-/-PSP-2000-/-PSP-3000/The-PSP-and-Fuse-Repair.html|on here] as well [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h-TEeWRvlwg|as here]for more info. Hope this helps, good luck.

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