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Introduzione

This teardown guide shows step-by-step how to take apart your PSP 3000

Questo smontaggio non è una guida di riparazione. Per riparare il tuo PSP 300x, usa il nostro manuale di assistenza.

  1. The first picture is a view of the front of the PSP-3000. The second picture is of the back.
    • The first picture is a view of the front of the PSP-3000. The second picture is of the back.

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  2. Lift the covering from the left side on the back of the PSP to reveal the battery.
    • Lift the covering from the left side on the back of the PSP to reveal the battery.

    • Pull up on the top at the top of the battery with your fingernail and remove it.

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    • Unscrew two screws from the top of the PSP.

    • Turn the PSP around, and unscrew a single screw from the bottom edge.

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    • Starting from the 'R' trigger, slide the spudger in between the outer casing the the PSP, and gently pry off the casing.

    • Remove the outer casing completely.

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    • Push the homebar to the right to release the tab on the right side of the LCD screen.

    • DO NOT completely remove the homebar, as it is still connected by ribbon cables.

    • Slowly begin to lift the LCD screen off the PSP from the top edge.

    • Again, the LCD screen is attached by ribbon cables, so do not remove it completely.

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    • Using a spudger or fingernail, flip the small brown locks on the four ribbon cable connectors up.

    • WARNING! Be carefull removing the small ribbion from the LCD connector, it is very delicate. Using a spudger lift the black plastic up, NOT the white part on the connector!

    • Pull all four ribbon cables out, and remove the LCD screen and homebar from the PSP.

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    • Remove the small metal bar from the top edge of the PSP. (This was helping to hold the LCD screen in place)

    • Remove the button pad from the PSP.

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    • Unscrew the the screw securing 'L' trigger.

    • Remove the white plastic piece that holds the 'L' trigger in place.

    • Remove the 'L' trigger from the PSP.

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    • Unscrew the 'R' trigger and remove both pieces. (Refer to step nine by applying the procedures to this, the right, side)

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    • Remove the screw from the bottom left edge.

    • Being careful not to break the ribbon cable, use the spudger, to carefully peel the adhesive button from below the 'L' trigger.

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    • Using the spudger or fingernail, flip up the brown lock on the ribbon cable.

    • Remove the cable from the connector and remove the entire black piece from the PSP.

    • Remove the screw from the analog stick.

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    • Unlock and remove the ribbon cable connection the analog stick to the main board.

    • Remove the analog stick from the PSP.

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    • Unlock and remove the ribbon cable from the power switch on the right side of the PSP.

    • Unscrew and remove the screw from the yellow power jack.

    • Carefully bend back the black tab holding the power jack in place and start pulling the plug up to release it from this clip.

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    • Pull the plug connecting the power jack to the motherboard.

    • Remove the power jack.

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    • Push the black tab at the bottom of the speaker over.

    • The speaker should pop out of place, and you should be able to remove it easily.

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    • Pull the wireless antenna cable from its plug.

    • Unlock and remove both ribbon cables from the mother board.

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    • Remove the screw from the power switch board.

    • Remove the power switch assembly/board.

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    • Unlock and remove one last ribbon cable from the bottom edge of the PSP.

    • Remove the screw from the bottom left corner of the PSP.

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    • Lift the silver rim on the right side of the PSP up and off.

    • Lift the silver rim on the left side of the PSP up and off.

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    • Lift the motherboard up slowly starting from the bottom of the PSP, being careful not to damage the port on top.

    • Pull the motherboard out and remove it from the PSP.

      • The specific motherboard model of this PSP-3000 is TA-090

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    • On the top of the back of the PSP, pull the white plastic piece out.

    • Pull the spring out and remove it from the PSP.

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    • Open the UMD (disk drive) and locate the two small black rubber squares wedged in the space between the casing and the metal drive hinge on either side.

    • Pull these out using a pair of tweezers.

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    • Remove the metal piece from the drive.

    • Grabbing the PSP with both hands, gently pinch the UMD lid towards the right side (the side without the battery).

    • Pull up and the the left side carefully to remove the lid from the PSP. (The casing may have to flex a little bit to allow this)

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    • Remove the four screw from the UMD drive.

    • Remove the drive.

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    • Enjoy the eye-candy.

    for a change, user submitted teardown with Great quality photos, Awesome!

    mahonen - Replica

    Awesome Job....... I never know that my PSP has a lot of things in it

    Ummayer Rehan - Replica

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Membro da: 28/10/2009

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11 Guide realizzate

Can you get me in pdf

Aayush - Replica

Does a PSP have any bearings inside of it?

Brooke Payne - Replica

No ball bearings. Thumbsticks are probably just Lubed plastics rubbing against eachother

mahonen -

Thank you very much for the guide.

C. JONES - Replica

This has inspired me to build my own PSP. I had one as a child, and want one now for the nostalgia. Thanks!

Sheenyl Hassan - Replica

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