Released in Japan on December 12, 2004, in North America on March 24, 2005, and in Europe on 1 September, 2005.

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Led Backlight Flip Clip Connector Socket severed from board

hello i have this problem that the little Backlight Flip Clip Connector got got damaged and it got disconected from the board now since it is a really small part i have no idea how to reconectit back to the board,when i try to keep it there with my fingers i see that everything is okay with it pls someone if u have anyidea how to conect this parts

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This is the pic of the conector that has been disconected from the board

http://www.eeshops.com/images/PSP-1000-M...

now this has been disconected this gives power to the backlight of the screeni need any posible ideas on how to glue it back on or whatever way to fix itmy psp works fine bus the screen has no backlight so u cant see a thing,,thats what im trying to say

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I don't have a clue as to what part you may be referring to. Look under the picture to the right and go to the "Step-by-step Guides" and see if you can either find a fix or tell us what part you're talking about.

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i added the comment if anyone can notice pls post any ideas you may have on the problem

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thats what im saying now it is broken meaning that is deatached from the board,,i was wondering how to "glue" it back

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you may need to sodder it back on, if you broke the connector it self then heres the site to buy a new one.....and if you scroll down you will see how it looks like on the mother board....hope this helps............samething happened to me..............http://ziquexwholesale.com/en/sony-plays...

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does anyone know a tutorial on how to replace the broken back light connector for it?

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shiin1000, this is actually quite an old question. I would suggest that you post your own question. Use this link http://www.ifixit.com/Answers/Ask/PSP+10... and give as much detail as possible. It will also help if you post images about your broken part, and the logic board where it belongs. This will be beneficial to get the right answer. Follow this guide Adding images to a new question to add images to your question.

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gjergji selenica will be eternally grateful.
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