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 Feb 23, 2005 - 11:00 AM - by Michael
* PSP Flawed - Buttons

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Playstation2/Sony
Sony's got egg on their face today; as it turns out, the PSP's construction is prone to creating stuck buttons thanks to a manufacturing flaw, and Sony's got some repair work to do.

The defect occurs in part of the initial shipment of PSP units and is caused by excess plastic not being completely removed during the molding and manufacturing process of the outer cabinet. As a result, when a button is pressed, it can become caught on the excess plastic and not return fully to its default position.
Supposedly they've fixed the problem. But it still doesn't make me want to buy one.
 

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