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  1. #1 New to PSP 
    Junior Member LoneRunner's Avatar
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    Hi all, i just bought a PSP and still learning about it. Is it normal that i should play with the the plug that enters the console to make it recharge ?


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    Senior Member PSP Mad Hacker Fayko's Avatar
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    lol welcome
    And i play with the charger in 2 unless im on the go :P
    Feel free to pm with any questions you may have ill try to help you out
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    Senior Member I Modded My PSP Chokito's Avatar
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    welcome to the site
    well since you just brought it
    i'll take it back and get another one
    there might be something loose in there
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    Something loose?
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    well since its new the best thing to do is return it for a replacement. You should not have to do that - if you can live with it then fine, its probably just the anchoring pins have some leeway in the pcb mounts.
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    Welcome to pspmod, some confusion here i think, the OP says if its ok to play while the Power mains in connected to the psp, yes it is fine, the psp battery is smart enough to switch off when fully charged so that it doesnt over charge and it will just run off the mains power, check out the guides sections for more technical help.
    PSP Timeline: 3.72 OFW > 3.93 OFW > Pandora > 3.80 m33-5 > 5.00 m33-3 > 5.00 m33-4 > 5.00 m33-6
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