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    Exclamation PSP Slim Analog Nub is Posessed!! Help!

    Okay so I know it's not posessed, but the damn thing starts moving the cursor/character/etc. on the slightest touch. I'll nudge it once, and it'll continue to act as if I'm holding the nub down in one direction. What's the remedy for this & does anyone provide/know someone who provides repair service for this?

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    grime buildup?

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    Quite possibly.

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    How can I fix that? stick a pin in that opening?
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    Well I tried cleaning it with a Qtip but to no avail...still having issues...anyone?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ThoughtBomb View Post
    How can I fix that? stick a pin in that opening?
    Open your PSP and clean it.

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    If yours is beyond cleaning they're cheap and easy to replace.

    No soldering required.

    http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.10831

    http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.11904
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    Update:
    I actually took a Qtip & ran it around the nub...major grimage! It seems to have solved the issue. My bro's got sweaty friggin hands! Haha...thanks fellers.
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    Gross.

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