Ok, lets imagine that your UMD drive or TFT screen has broken on your PSP, or for that matter you want to install a new faceplate, do you try to fix yourself or pay someone to do it, looking around the internet theres no really decent tutorials on how to install replacement UMD Drives or to Install new TFT screens, with that in mind its not easy to try it yourself.
Last weekend on my original v1.0 console i installed a killer Silver Faceplate that i brought from DecalGirl and whilst the instructions were basic they did help - although i had to buy some precision screwdrivers to undo the screws.
It was easy apart from the ruddy buttons but while i was getting ready to screw together i did have a look and it looks no easy job to replace the UMD Drive or TFT.
Would you Fix yourself and if you have tell us about it and if there are any decent tutorials.
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