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By: Yigytugd Treasure Hunter 8630 posts
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Trade In Broken PSP?

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Well I might trade in my broken PSP tomorrow at Gamestop for a Used PSP. The Start, Select, etc. buttons don't work but everything else does. Wondering how much I have to pay if I trade that in and get another one. It is a 1000 unit.
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Jul 17, 2009
hmm goodluck with that i say that only because at my local gamestop it would not pass inspection with all those problems. they simply wont buy it of ya
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Jul 17, 2009

ummm you might be lucky

I once traded in my very crappy phat PS2

it read almost nothing and when they tested it out with a game

I thought oh crap and was all worried

well it suprisingly worked and i got 80 doll hairs for it

 

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Jul 17, 2009
Yeah you might as well try...
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Jul 17, 2009
dont tell them its broken
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Jul 17, 2009

Dee-da-bird wrote:
dont tell them its broken

OR

Open it, by taking off the faceplate and clean the start, select, home button area. It's not that hard. 

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Jul 17, 2009

RedArmy93 wrote:

Dee-da-bird wrote:
dont tell them its broken

OR

Open it, by taking off the faceplate and clean the start, select, home button area. It's not that hard. 


Unfortunately, you can't clean them, the buttons are all in a sealed strip.

 

 

The strip itself though is widely available as a spare part, and is easily replaceable. 

 

 


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BoneOfWorld wrote:

RedArmy93 wrote:

Dee-da-bird wrote:
dont tell them its broken

OR

Open it, by taking off the faceplate and clean the start, select, home button area. It's not that hard. 


Unfortunately, you can't clean them, the buttons are all in a sealed strip.

 

 

The strip itself though is widely available as a spare part, and is easily replaceable. 

 

 


My bad. Thanks Bone.

 

I did not look at it carefully when I opened up my 1000 to clean the directional pad.

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Jul 17, 2009
You should try opening it and fixing it instead.You can get the screwdriver for only $2 at Walgreens.http://www.walgreens.com/store/product.jsp?CATID=100523&navAction=jump&navCount=0&nug=VPD&skuid=sku3...
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