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  1. #1 psp green light turns on for couple of seconds then turns off 
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    psp wont boot, green light turns on for 3secs max and then goes off, no light from screen and yes it does work fine its not the back light,

    and its not bricked on ofw turned off when playing music and then this happend.

    THIS IS NOT a brick. any ideas please yes i have searched im not a noob but no1 has real answers

    any help

    also can i replace mother bored from this 1 into old psp with broken motherboard well broken joy stick soldars and it will work or is the motherboard the problem thanks guys

    EDIT : could it be a fuse problem
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    I'd guess the power fuse.

    But try the easiest thing first. Take the battery out and leave it out for awhile. I'm not sure how long it takes doing that for the PSP to forget its settings, but you'll have to re-enter time and date and whatnot. I don't know what else to tell you.
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    yep will leave batteery out all day if fails ill try fuse

    EDIT:also battery charges and light stays on for charge can it still be fuse?
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    Yes, on the motherboard that is a seperate circuit. I use a toast mobo with these same symptoms as a battery charging station.
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    brick- a psp that does not work anymore and cannot be fixed

    ^ pretty sure thats what u got...

    mine did the same thing, ur screwed
    psp history...
    Phat: bought on release, had it for about a year, speakers broke, tried to fix speakers and broke the entire psp...
    Slim: bought on release>modded 4.01 ofw to 4.01cfw> bricked>fixed>fried motherboard after about 2 months
    new Phat: 3.6ofw>5.00m33-3... its radtacular

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    Quote Originally Posted by robby10ant View Post
    brick- a psp that does not work anymore and cannot be fixed

    ^ pretty sure thats what u got...

    mine did the same thing, ur screwed
    who said that:
    brick- a psp that does not work anymore and cannot be fixed????/
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    There's a difference between a semi-brick, a brick, a NAND brick, and a full brick.

    Love how people just spread misinformation as fact.
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    Love how people just spread misinformation as fact.
    so a psp that doesnt work at all and can't be fixed isnt considered bricked lmfao?

    i love how people try and debate over little stuff like this, how long have u been in the psp mod scene?
    psp history...
    Phat: bought on release, had it for about a year, speakers broke, tried to fix speakers and broke the entire psp...
    Slim: bought on release>modded 4.01 ofw to 4.01cfw> bricked>fixed>fried motherboard after about 2 months
    new Phat: 3.6ofw>5.00m33-3... its radtacular

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    Quote Originally Posted by robby10ant View Post
    so a psp that doesnt work at all and can't be fixed isnt considered bricked lmfao?

    i love how people try and debate over little stuff like this, how long have u been in the psp mod scene?
    I'm newer than him and even I know some bricks can be fixed...

    Quote Originally Posted by slowman View Post
    There's a difference between a semi-brick, a brick, a NAND brick, and a full brick.
    Like he said, there are different levels of "brick" some can be recovered.
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    so basically psp fucked??? even if i soldar fuse
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    Quote Originally Posted by robby10ant View Post
    so a psp that doesnt work at all and can't be fixed isnt considered bricked lmfao?

    i love how people try and debate over little stuff like this, how long have u been in the psp mod scene?
    It isn't how long you've been in the scene, but how quickly you learn.

    Let me amend the brick structure I posted earlier in order of severity..

    semi-brick, brick, NAND brick, full brick, paperweight.

    Instead of being condescending and arrogant to people, I'm going to offer possible solutions here.

    hessels92, at this point you've got nothing to lose by bridging the power fuse with a bit of solder. The fuse is in different locations on different motherboards, so you'll have to do a bit of research. llama.com might come in handy.
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    mmk well heres where im at i have rebuilt old psp with some parts and now its working thing is i wanna do led mod cept right speaker connector broken so only left speaker can work and all tutorial just use right speaker cause wiring easier. Sugestions? soldar other 2 mboard.

    ( you people who say brick are very silly lol nothing is bricked any more as it can always be fixed and if u have read some of the threads i make when im bored i ask if any1 needs help unbricking or with softmods ect ) so i think i could unbrick my own psp :P
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    It isn't how long you've been in the scene, but how quickly you learn.

    Let me amend the brick structure I posted earlier in order of severity..

    semi-brick, brick, NAND brick, full brick, paperweight.

    Instead of being condescending and arrogant to people, I'm going to offer possible solutions here.
    its a full brick...

    about who knos more bout psps dont even get in a debate with me... and its almost impossible to learn as much as someone whos been in the scene since released to a nooby who learns fast(no offense but technically thats what u are)
    psp history...
    Phat: bought on release, had it for about a year, speakers broke, tried to fix speakers and broke the entire psp...
    Slim: bought on release>modded 4.01 ofw to 4.01cfw> bricked>fixed>fried motherboard after about 2 months
    new Phat: 3.6ofw>5.00m33-3... its radtacular

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    Likely I've got you beat. Just because I joined when I joined doesn't mean that's when I started learning about PSPs.

    I haven't seen you offer solutions, all I've seen you do is go all internet tough guy.
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    Likely I've got you beat. Just because I joined when I joined doesn't mean that's when I started learning about PSPs.

    I haven't seen you offer solutions, all I've seen you do is go all internet tough guy.
    theirs no solution to a full brick..

    and ive done everything worthwile on a psp (except for some differenct hardmods...)

    taking different parts isnt fixing a brick, its making your own psp...
    Last edited by robby10ant; 03-25-2009 at 03:18 AM.
    psp history...
    Phat: bought on release, had it for about a year, speakers broke, tried to fix speakers and broke the entire psp...
    Slim: bought on release>modded 4.01 ofw to 4.01cfw> bricked>fixed>fried motherboard after about 2 months
    new Phat: 3.6ofw>5.00m33-3... its radtacular

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