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    Default Backlight problem

    Can anyone help me, my sons screen on his psp has gone very dark, has the backlight packed up or has he altered something to cause this?

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    Have you tried pressing the screen button to brighten it back up? In case you haven't, it's next to the note button.

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    Thanks for a quick reply. My son has tried that with no luck.

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    okay..umm, sounds to me like its either bricked, or you should just hold down the backlight button till sumthin appears.

    if its bricked, you'll need a pandora battery. do the orange lights for the memstick slot still light up? or when you turn on your psp is just complete darkness?

    also, try turning on the psp with the WIFI switch UP, if it doesnt work, try turning on the psp with the WIFI switch DOWN( the WIFI switch is the switch found on the left side of your psp when you are facing it,)

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    Good luck, if you still have it under the warranty, I'd suggest taking advantage of that if you can't figure out what's wrong with it.

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    He said the backlight wouldn't work, not that the PSP wouldn't turn on, etc.
    If I am correct, and your sons PSP works fine except for the obvious fault, then:

    - Has your son done any flash modifications to his PSP?

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    Quote Originally Posted by The EX View Post
    He said the backlight wouldn't work, not that the PSP wouldn't turn on, etc.
    If I am correct, and your sons PSP works fine except for the obvious fault, then:

    - Has your son done any flash modifications to his PSP?
    It's funny you should mention that because he was talking about flash players around the time it packed up.

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    no, not flash players. flash modifications mean any custom themes or prx files on his psp.

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