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psp2001 screen replacement

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OK so I get my grand son a used psp from gamestop for xmas last year(no not being cheap being on a fixed income),he has it for about 3-4 months and his mom sat on it cracking the screen. She promised him then she would replace the psp. As of this date he is still without a psp. So we were talking about it today and he informed me that it snaps out and can be replaced. My dilemma is there are no repair shops within 50 miles of were I live that mess with portable games. I checked the internet found a couple of places but don't know how reputable they are. If anyone has dealt with any of the following places please let me know your opinion of them or if anyone knows of any other sites that are trust worthy don't hesitate to post them.
Thanks in advance :)

Edited by bigtrucks, 11 August 2010 - 06:15 PM.

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the ebay link never came up for me. the others all had issues with the vendors of one kind or another. Enough for me not to want to buy from them. I did some looking myself and here is what I found:


and instructions on how to replace the screen:

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I've personally had no problems with Ebay when it came to parts for the Psp. I've gotten about 4 sets of LED triggers for the 1K, a new 1K screen, 2K Housing, A set of LED triggers for the 2K & a Screen Bracket for the 1K with no issues at all, though out of paranoia and to be 110% sure I got the right screen, I bought one that said it had a backlight.

My 1k actually broke when I tripped on a ledge at a Military Cemetary in D.C, and the housing cracked along with the screen & the bracket was horribly bent up. After ordering everything, it took about 2wks to get the parts, but it was well worth the wait...

Edited by Kii, 16 August 2010 - 09:55 PM.

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