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How to replace my psp lcd screen? pls help me

Discussion in 'Sony Handhelds' started by nancyli, May 6, 2007.

  1. nancyli

    nancyli Guest

    Hi my sony psp screen got damadged ,I need a new LCD screen and I must replace mines. Is there any household items that I can use to make a new screen? I just want to know how and where to get one in my convenient and shortdated. Plz help !!!
     
  2. blackvamp

    blackvamp Regular member

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    you cant make a new screen lol. try ebay.
     
  3. kingdy

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  4. ndsl4me

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    okay,let me have a look
     
  5. CrisKahn2

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    There are plenty of other sites that sell it for around $28-30 bucks free shipping...
     
  6. nancyli

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    Hi the price is not important , but must good quality and quick delivery i have seen on ebay and the above link. compare both i think the http://www.digimartz.com is beter,it also introduce How to Replace PSP TFT LCD Screen. so i bleave it must reliable and strong store .
    how do you think?? my friends? give me a advice!
     
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    most online stores offer guides, including ebay. but if price is no issue for you, go with the "more $ means better" approach then.
     
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    I have two simple solutions for you. If you want to make a lcd , take your laptop. Take A Nife And Cut Out A Peice As Big As Your Psp Screen. Take Your Old Wire From The Psp Screen And Attach It On The Peice You Cut. Buy A Backlight Board And Place The Screen On It.

    Or For A Really Really Easy Way.....Take Your Psp.......Open It Up......And Just Add Water


    Hey nancyli I was just kidding but on a more serious note, you should check out ebay or some repair websites , If you don't no what your doing , some places will replace the screen and give you a new one. - Thanks


     
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    watch it the person will really try the water or the laptop lcd!!
     
  10. CrisKahn2

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    its not that hard to replace LCD screens .... its common sense no instructions needed. But if you must here are simplified instructions.

    1. unscrew PSP and open it
    2. pop the LCD screen off and disconnect wires
    3. plug in wires on new LCD screen and pop it back in.
    4. Screw everything back together

    thats it.

    PSP LCds are manufactured by Sharp...if its not Sharp then its fake.

     
  11. squall2

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    actually there are 2 makes that make the screens, sharp and some other company (yeah i no, helpful)... the other companies screen is better quality than sharps. i think i saw a comparison on here somewhere...
     
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    There are only two connectors, so it shouldn't be too hard to disconnect and reconnect the wires.

    Only, the screws might be a hassle to remove, and afterwards you might get problems with your memory stick and joystick if it isn't screwed on back tightly enough

    so good luck, and be careful
     
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