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psp analog stick help plz!

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  1. a7xwckd

    a7xwckd Member

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    when i play games my analog stick pushes up even when its not connected to the psp, i think it might be a motherboard problem. any ideas would be helpful thx
     
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    glenquag Regular member

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    Try slightly loosening the two screws on the back behind the Analog.
     
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    tried that, i mean even if the faceplate is off, it still scrolls up, actually in a up-left direction, ive taken apart the analog stick itself and put it back together it still does it :(
     
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    i can only play games that dont require the analog stick ex. castlevania dracula x chronicles
     
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    probaly something stuck
     
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    That's odd. Usually that fixes the problem.. I have no idea what to do..
     
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    ya ive been tryin to fix it for like a month now.
     
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    ive also cleaned off the little rubber contact between the stick and the motherboard
     
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    i dunno if any1 has the solution but this has been irritating me so much :( i really dont want to hafta go buy a new psp
     
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    thats tough
     
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    i dunno if this helps, but i am missing 2 screws, one on the bottom and the bottom one on the left side of the psp
     
  12. tompsp

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    Hmm.... this might not fix it but it could be worth a try... better than getting a new psp.

    You can buy new analog sticks off ebay here

    (this will last 6 days, any later than that, you might have to search "psp replacement parts" or something similar.)
     
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    i was thinkin bout that, i guess i can try it, hopefully it works, i think the stick might've gotten like recalibrated and its not center, but the link u posted seems is the only decision ive got
     
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    Well good luck, hope it works out for you!
     
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    I would like to know how to recalibrate a psp's analog stick. I tried using the Joysens1.3 plugin but the plugin doesnt shoe up on the plugin menu like the readme said. plz help me.
     
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    Take it off the board and carefully remove the band that holds the back on. Carefully lift the back off, nothing is going to come shooting out, you just need to see it to put it back together. Its very simple. Without taking it apart further or setting it down center the two slides back on the point in the center. Replace the back cover. Befor you replace the retainer clip give it a SLIGHT bend so it holds inward pressure and snap it back on. I did this just the other day. It happens from pushing down to hard. Easy fix. Good luck, adown
     

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