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Analog Stick

Discussion in 'Sony Handhelds' started by PSPAC, May 4, 2007.

  1. PSPAC

    PSPAC Member

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    My analog stick moves by itself and its not only mine because my friend lend me his psp so I downgrade his psp to 1.50 and then upgrade to 3.03OE-A (which I can't do because I currently have 3.30)and his moves by itself too. It's anoying while your on your internet browser on your psp and while your playing games that you need your analog stick like GTA and MLB.So is it only mine or is it common?
     
  2. blackvamp

    blackvamp Regular member

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    try loosening then tightening the screws around the back of your psp. if it still wont go away, you might have to open it up. It's a pretty simple procedure to fix the analogue problem
     
  3. scott2k7

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    open the thing up just google it
     
  4. PSPAC

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    I don't have a screwdriver that small.
     
  5. scott2k7

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    well get a replacement analog stick or do u have warrenty would u be prepared to send it back????
     
  6. PSPAC

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    I fixed it thanx its preety easy to fix it
     
  7. scott2k7

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    so how u do it?
     
  8. PSPAC

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    I loosed the back screws and then tightend them
     
  9. scott2k7

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    on the back of the psp???
     
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    I got the problem too, and it messes me up on SOCOM so i wanna fix it...do i just tighten the screws on the back/loosen?
     
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    I have the same problem. I suspect, sweaty thumbs causes moisture to get inside the psp and short circuits the electrical current thingymagig.

    My temporary fix is. Open up the psp, take out and clean that little clear plastic/rubber thing that the analog stick uses for communicate /w the motherboard. Its about 2~3 millimeters long and is right underneath the analog stick's 4 metal contacts when you remove the faceplate. Make sure you don't lose it because they don't sell those on ebay and you'll make your analog useless.
     
  12. scott2k7

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    ebay is ur second life lmfao
     
  13. PSPAC

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    jze17 all You have to do is loosen and tighten the screws on the back of your PSP until it gets fixed.
     
  14. scott2k7

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    exactly
     

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